Vandals In Love
Strangers spray-paint marriage proposal on Florida couple's garage door.
The owners of a Lehigh Acres, Florida vacation home were shocked to find out someone had vandalized their garage by spray painting a marriage proposal on it.
The door belonged to Roger and Carolyn Mooyoung.
The New York couple, who vacation in southwest Florida, has been married for 23 years.
As you might imagine, they weren't to happy when they got a letter from Lee County Code Enforcement letting them know that their vacation home had been vandalized.
"I feel sorry for them because if they get married, they're going to have problems," said Carolyn Mooyoung. "I mean, that's pretty immature."
The Mooyoungs told deputies that between 12 a.m. on March 15 and 9 a.m. on April 14, someone spray painted the words "Will you marry me Allison! Yes" in green on his garage door.
"They write in graffiti, ‘Will you marry me?' And then there's a response, ‘Yes.' I mean, she had to be right there and be like, ‘OK, your turn - write your response,'" Carolyn said.
From the looks of it, Allison said yes to the very bizarre, very illegal marriage proposal.
And because the lovebird also drove his car into the couple's garage door and dented it, they had to replace it at a cost of $1,100.
While neighbors have been driving by, congratulating the Mooyoungs, Roger's proposal was decades ago.
When asked if she has anything to say to the happy couple, Carolyn replied, "Don't get married."