An Ohio man thought he was being super romantic when he spray-painted a proposal to his girl on a shopping centre wall. But the cops thought he was breaking the law. Kyle Stump, 23, painted: "Michelle Marry Me. I Love You" (with a heart) in huge red letters on the side of a building in the council-owned mall at Lake Sheffield. His proposal took up 10m² of wall space. Disappointingly, love-of-his-life Michelle Astorino, 21, failed to notice the proposal. So, as the determined beau told the Chronicle-Telegram, he took her to the building one night with a torch to point it out. He got a "yes" — and a criminal mischief charge from police after investigators tracked him down after getting a tip-off and matching the graffiti writing with handwriting on a form he filled out in 2012. ... as handcuffs click for another Meanwhile, police in Muskogee, Oklahoma, struggled to believe their ears after arresting 35-year-old Brandon Thompson on six felony warrants, including possession of an unlice...

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