September 27th, 2013
11:31 AM ET

Man Proposes To Girlfriend, Bystander Gives The Finger

Kenny Lovelace decided to propose to his girlfriend Molly Ryan in a romantic way.

He did it in public at a Colorado Rockies game.

A photographer luckily snapped the picture of the happy moment, except one bystander wasn't so thrilled.

CNN's John Berman brings the "Award of the Day" to the woman in the foreground of the photo who's giving the camera her middle finger.

This angry lady gets the "Most Likely to Punch Bunnies" award.


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  1. Vanessa

    They aren't a cute couple and public proposals are tacky. Good for that woman.

    October 23, 2013 at 8:26 am | Reply
  2. Steve

    Who really cares about this kind of stuff. Find something worth reporting.

    October 11, 2013 at 8:03 am | Reply
  3. cen0220

    Lisa (and others)...Although it is certainly poor behavior, we are not given the complete circumstances of what is happening at that given moment. If the proposal took place in between innings, this is pretty inexcusable behavior. However, if they did it during gameplay, the couple and photographer were truly the rude ones and the woman may have delivering a bit of sweet revenge. Especially if she missed a great play because she was blocked by the inconsiderate photographer. She is a paying patron.

    October 1, 2013 at 7:45 pm | Reply
  4. Lisa

    Yeah, Dude... because that's what you do when someone takes a picture of something in your surrounding area ? .... People ! ... I hope she sees this picture of herself and is ashamed of her behavior... Congrats to the happy couple !

    September 27, 2013 at 5:29 pm | Reply
  5. Dude

    Clearly, she does not know what is going on behind her. All she sees is some random dude taking a picture of her. I would have given the photog a finger too.

    September 27, 2013 at 2:32 pm | Reply

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