With people proposing to their partners in locations such as the Eiffel Tower, the Amalfi Coast in Italy, a recent incident wherein a South African man proposing to his partner and she saying yes in a KFC outlet has gone viral. The special moment was captured on camera and then shared on the fast-food chain's official South African twitter handle. Staff asked other customers to help them out in identifying the couple.
KFC's post on Twitter asked people to help them find the couple and DM them with any leads and also added that there may be a surprise in store for the person who helps them out.
Mzansi please help us find this beautiful couple, re batla ho ba blesser 😊 DM us any leads, there might be a Finger Lickin' Good surprise in it for you too. Batho ba Vaal re thuseng! We love love 😍❤️ #KFCProposal pic.twitter.com/6bj89dtj4j— KFC South Africa (@KFCSA) November 7, 2019
As soon as KFC put out the tweet, people found the couple in no time with the fast-food chain promising them a celebration that they would always remember. KFC posted a tweet thanking everyone who helped them and called them wonderful people. They further added that it was because of them the wedding would now be possible.
South Africa, you guys are amazing! We’ve found the beautiful couple, and looks like we’re having a #StreetwiseWedding y’all 🥳 We’re meeting Bhut’ Hector and his lovely bride Nonhlanhla we’ll keep you posted. #KFCProposal— KFC South Africa (@KFCSA) November 8, 2019
Our amazing couple, bhut’ Hector and sis Nonhlanhla, are truly grateful and overjoyed by your love SA 🇿🇦. Ba kopa fela a moment to take in all the love you are showering them with, please bear with us. More to follow fam. Siyabonga Mzansi. 🙏 #KFCProposal pic.twitter.com/AurEo48PuO— KFC South Africa (@KFCSA) November 8, 2019
The incident saw a South African airline sponsoring the couple's honeymoon wherein they said that kulula holidays were giving them a holiday package for Cape Town that included flights and accommodation.
Also, a nail artist offered to help out the couple by saying that she would do a free manicure and a pedicure for the bride to be.
Another company promised to provide jewelry for the joyous occasion wherein they said that they would send a necklace, bracelet, and earrings for the lady to wear it on her wedding day.