Bride-to-be slammed for taking out her phone to upload a photo of her engagement ring BEFORE saying yes

A BRIDE-to-be has been slammed after she reached for her phone during her proposal before she had even said yes.

A video of the proposal was shared on Reddit, capturing the moment the bloke’s fiance was more bothered about her Instagram than her husband-to-be.

In the clip the groom gets down on one knee at a rooftop bar, presenting his shocked girlfriend with an open ring box.

Moments later she reaches for her phone and begins snapping the ring before her frustrated man whips it out of her hand and tosses it behind him.

Captioning the video, the Reddit user wrote: “Man proposes to woman after which she grabs her phone to upload a picture on Instagram.”

Fellow Redditors were equally shocked by her reaction, sharing their outrage in the comments.


One wrote: “How sad that the first thing she wanted to do was post it. Can’t even enjoy the moment for five seconds.”

Agreeing a second wrote: “Good for him. I would have thrown that phone away too.”

“I can’t even IMAGINE being in that moment and that’s the first thing I think about” added a third.

The photo was shared on the subreddit r/weddingshaming.

The group has 159,000 members and is described as a "place to shame wedding themes, brides, grooms, wedding party, in-laws, outlaws, guests, Uncle Bob, vendors… you name it, we shame it!"

In other wedding fails, this bride raged after her mother-in-law tried on her dress, leaving it muddy and with a broken zip.

And this bride-to-be blasted her fiancé for ‘ugly a**’ engagement ring which cuts off hand circulation & then discovers it’s STOLEN.

Plus this bride-to-be was savaged for selling her ‘hot mess’ lace wedding gown which has massive pads over the boobs.

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