A train driver pulling into a station in Dublin was shocked to find her boyfriend getting down on one knee on the platform, while delighted bystanders gathered to watch.
Paula Carbó Zea, who drives for Irish Rail, waves through the window as she pulls into Pearse Station.
The camera pans around to show a huge board with "will you marry me?" written on it and Paula's boyfriend is waiting right next to it with a huge bouquet of flowers.
As Paula walks towards him, the brave lad gets straight down on one knee to pop the fateful question with the engagement ring in hand.
The footage was recorded by bystander Clodagh Maher who said witnessing the unexpected romantic moment had "perked her up" after a long shift at work.
She uploaded it on Twitter yesterday, December 15, and it has been watched more than 200,000 times.
Paula said "yes" to her boyfriend and thanked Clodagh for recording the special moment.
She tweeted: "Thanks so much for sharing this moment.
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"I was so surprised and at the same time excited.
"Thank you to everyone who was involved to make this moment beautiful and perfect."
Commenting on the video, one man joked: "I hope she gets a nice train for her wedding dress."
Another well-wisher wrote: "Congratulations to you guys! Such lovely news amidst such hard times."
Someone else wrote: "Such a beautiful moment, congratulations to you both.
"I’m just cutting some onions at 8:45am I swear."
This comes a lad boldly proposed to his girlfriend in a branch of McDonald's by sticking the engagement in her burger bun while she wasn't looking.
And a groom's proposal went terribly wrong when he tried to pop the question while balancing on the edge of a moving boat with his bride-to-be.
Meanwhile, this man was slammed for his "tacky" proposal idea which involved ruining his girlfriend's book.
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