A man has drowned after proposing to his girlfriend underwater during a "bucket list" holiday in Tanzania. Steven Weber and Kenesha Antoine were staying in a wooden cabin that had a partially submerged structure allowing them to look out under the ocean.
Footage shows the moment Mr Weber, from Baton Rouge in Louisiana, swam up to an underwater window before holding up an A4 sheet of paper asking Ms Antoine to marry him.
The note read: "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 every day!"
Mr Weber, wearing a snorkel and flippers, then turned the note over to reveal words on the other side which read: "Will you please be my wife? Marry me???"
He then pulled an engagement ring out of his pocket before swimming out of view.
Ms Antoine subsequently posted footage of the proposal on Facebook where she is seen laughing with joy, along with the comment: "Yes! Yes! Yes!"
But the would-be bride later posted an update revealing he had died - with Ms Antoine wrote that he "never emerged from those depths". The US Department of State told the WBRZ that the US tourist died in Tanzania, but no other details were reported.