Budget bedsheet proposal tied to motorway road sign declares I love you Louis

A handwritten marriage proposal popped up on a bedsheet attached to a motorway sign, shocking drivers.

Motorists in Merseyside will have spotted a romantic addition to a number of road signs, with a mystery suitor asking someone to marry them with hand drawn signs.

A banner carrying a marriage proposal for ‘Louis’ was spotted below a sign for a roundabout turn-off to Rainford on the A580 towards St Helens.

The banner, which is placed on a sign for the B5230, read: “I [love] U Louis, will U marry me.”

A second message was spotted tied to a sign further up the road on a roundabout, the Liverpool Echo reported.

The offer of marriage for ‘Louis’ was publicly announced on one of the city region’s busiest A roads.

The romantic messages are handwritten and featured a love heart drawn in red paint.

The busy dual carriageway is one of the main connections between Liverpool and the wider boroughs of the city region.

The East Lancashire Road runs from Everton Valley as far as central Manchester.

It is not yet known if ‘Louis’ has accepted the offer of marriage or if the sign has been spotted by the intended recipient.

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Recently, a man was hailed on social media after popping the question to his girlfriend with a message on a takeaway box.

Jim Lardner ordered a toasted sandwich from a local cafe through Just Eat with the special request in his notes.

First he asked for red onions in the food, then said he wanted "will you marry me?" on the outside of the packaging.

Staff at the Kilbowie Cafe in Clydebank, Scotland, kindly obliged and Jim said he expected his partner would be "ecstatic".

But he later shared the story on Twitter where he revealed his girlfriend actually said no.

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