During a trip to Tanzania, a man who proposed to his loved one underwater drowned.
Steven Weber and Kenesha Antoine stopped in a wooden cabin, some of which was submerged, allowing them to admire the window over the ocean, EXE News agency said.
The American decided to take the opportunity to make a special marriage proposal for the woman. He swam to an underwater window, holding an A4 sheet of paper, to ask Kenesha for his hand.
"I can't hold my breath long enough to tell you everything I love about you. But… everything I love about you, I love more and more every day!" was on a piece of paper. Weber, who wore a snorkel and flaps, then turned the page to ask, "Would you marry me? Would you marry me?"
He then pulled the engagement ring out of his pocket. A video posted by Atnoine on Facebook shows a woman laughing at a man's suggestion saying, "Yes! Yes! Yes!"
However, the future bride later posted a supplement saying that the man had died. Atnoine wrote on the social network that Weber "never came out of these depths."
The US State Department said a US tourist died in Tanzania, but left details unspecified.
Antoine wrote: "There are not enough words to honor Steven Weber's beautiful soul."
"He never came out of those depths so you could never hear my answer, 'Yes! Yes! A million times, yes, I will marry you! "We could never celebrate the beginning of the rest of our lives, because the best day of our lives turned out to be the worst, in the cruelest turn of fate."
"I'm trying to find comfort in having the most amazing experiences of the last few days, and that we both were so happy and excited in our last moments together."