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Worst Marriage Proposal Ever

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This has to be one of the worst marriage proposals on record. A Vermont man proposed to his girlfriend and she said yes. But the problem was with the ring. WCAX-TV reports

Burlington police say 25-year-old Ryan Jarvis is charged with stealing the $3,200 ring from a Zales jewelry store. Jarvis was looking at jewelry in the store for about an hour when he asked to see the 1-carat white gold solitaire ring Monday afternoon and then took off with it.

Police say they received tips that led to a posting on Facebook by Jarvis’ girlfriend in which she showed off the ring.  Jarvis confessed, but  pleaded not guilty.  Police say the woman didn’t know the ring was stolen.

All I can say is run, don’t’ walk away from that loser.

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