Handcuffs couldn't stop Oklahoma man from proposing to his girlfriend

Handcuffs couldn't stop Oklahoma man from proposing to his girlfriend

Handcuffs couldn't stop Oklahoma man from proposing to his girlfriend

Cops in Muskogee, Oklahoma, say they arrested 35-year-old Brandon Thompson July 4 on six felony warrants and were leading him to a waiting police vehicle when he made an unusual request.

The video, recorded on K9 Officer Bob Lynch's body camera, and later posted on YouTube by Officer Anderson shows Mr Thompson going down on his knees while still handcuffed. But I knew I was gonna say yes. "I want her to be my wife for the rest of my life".

Brandon Thompson was celebrating both his 35th birthday and Independence Day on July 4.

Thompson's arrest is related to charges that include possession of a firearm after a felony conviction, possession of a controlled risky substance and failure to appear in court, according to NBC. "The officer said, 'You want to do what?' and I said, 'I want to propose'".

The officers agreed to let Thompson propose.

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Lincoln Anderson, a spokesman for Muskogee police, said the department hopes his pending nuptials will provide a steady foundation for reconstructing his life. "Will you be my wife, please?"

For better or worse came a little sooner than expected to one Oklahoma couple.before she even said yes. I don't want them to make the same mistakes I've made'.

The bodycam video also shows Thompson promising his mother and Keith that he will turn his life around and "get a job".

His new fiancée pulled the couple's savings together to bail Thompson out of jail.

It was a surprise unlike any other this Fourth of July for some Muskogee police officers and one lucky lady. "We care about the city we serve and the people in it".

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