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Loved up Woman loses control, Falls to her death seconds After Marriage Proposal

The lady lost her balance as she was hopping here and there in bliss in the wake of being proposed to by her beau.


LAGOS, January 30 (Ooduarere.) — A 29-year old Bulgarian lady tumbled off a 65ft tall bluff on Ibiza after her beau proposed to her, the Daily Mail reports.

The incident occured on January 27 at Cala Tarida resort spotted on the island’s west drift. As indicated by the nearby police sources refered to by the daily paper, the lady, Dimitrina Dimitrova, lost her balance as she was hopping all over in energy in the wake of being proposed to. Dimitrova kicked the bucket not long after paramedics had arrived, the Daily Mail includes.

Dimitrova had landed at Ibiza two days before the disaster to visit her beau, who lived and worked at the island, and to look for vocation, as per the Mirror.

The daily paper additionally notes that a comparable episode had happened in Cabo da Roca in Portugal last August, when a Polish couple tumbled off a bluff and kicked the bucket as they were endeavoring to take a selfie.

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