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WATCH: Salt Bae hides ring in steak

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Aug. 04, 19 | 12:20 pm

If your are running out of ideas how to propose to your girlfriend, here is one out of the box: place it inside a meat.

A video showing a man from the Greek Island of Mykonos did just that. The woman said yes and the video generated at least 4.4 million views on social media.

In the video, famous Turkish butcher and restaurateur Nusret “Salt Bae” Gokce strut his skills with the knife on the meat at the couple’s table.

Using his huge knife, Gokce picked up the ring stuffed inside the meat, and gave it to the man who proposed to his girlfriend.

The woman was just filming Gokce using her mobile phone as he sliced the meat. It took a few seconds before she realized there was a ring and it was a proposal by his boyfriend.

She immediately said yes.

As the couple embraced, the crowd at the restaurant cheered while Ed Sheeran’s “Perfect” played on.

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