Published: Sun, December 02, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

NYPD Searching For Couple Whose Times Square Proposal Went Horribly Wrong

NYPD Searching For Couple Whose Times Square Proposal Went Horribly Wrong

Their proposal went wrong when he dropped the ring down a utility grate - but the NYPD found it and is trying to track them down.

The panicked couple sought the help of the police to find the diamond ring, which had fallen nearly 2.5m into the city's utility system.

Police in NY have taken to social media to track down a man who dropped an engagement ring through a grate in Times Square as he knelt down to propose.

Even better, they cleaned the ring.

However, they continued looking for the ring even after the couple left Times Square and they eventually found it.

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It wasn't a complete disaster, however, as the woman said yes before the ring fell through the grate and plummeted eight feet below their feet.

"WE HAVE YOUR RING!" the NYPD's Midtown North precinct announced on Twitter Saturday night.

The NYPD also released a photo of the ring.

According to police, the would-be groom was so excited after popping the question that he dropped his fiancée's ring on Friday evening before she could put it on.

'If anyone can find this (un) lucky couple, it's New Yorkers and the millions who visit Times Square'.

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