Skip to comments.Proposal Rejected, Man Attempts to Run Down Girlfriend
Posted on 11/14/2010 3:30:52 PM PST by ConservativeStatement
California man's rage at having his marriage proposal rejected by his girlfriend almost turned deadly this week when he allegedly tried to run her down with his car.
Mario Francisco Hernandez, 22, showed up at a Burger Stop restaurant in Pico Rivera, Calif., on Wednesday with flowers and "Will you marry me?" written on his car. His girlfriend, who police have not identified, apparently said no.
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Appaently his car wasn’t to great. lol
I wonder why she said no?
He should have left the car at home.
It’s in the 562 area code in case anyone wants delivery.
Let’s not pick on them, it’s probably a cultural thing.
After all it’s custom for mexican men and women to get blindingly stinkin’ drunk, and then to prove how macho/macha they are, to then get behin the wheel of a car and drive.
Probably this too is along those lines. Racists.
To be different? It looks like saying "no" is something new for her!
"After approaching the 21-year-old mother of his two children, Hernandez then returned with his 1987 Toyota Supra and, according to Det. Gabriel Ramirez of the L.A. County Sheriff's Department, he "tried to run over the female with the vehicle."
Or his other girlfriend! lol
She doesn't want an undocumented husband for a mate?
I have no way of knowing if he's illegal or not. :O)
I've been trying to find a 2010 Supra but the dealer never calls me back!
Ah, that’s what I call True Love. What a romantic!
Says he was down on his luck. Guess he’s just an unlucky guy.
I thought everybody proposed to their girlfriend at Jack-In-the-Box.
Well, at least he got lucky at least twice. That’s more lucky than the lucky I get.
Another one from www.fark.com lol
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