Jewish Woman Gets Pulled Over by NYPD in Surprise Proposal By Her Creative Fiancee
Three NYPD cops staged a fake traffic stop to help a man propose to his girlfriend in Queens after a friend connected to the scandal-plagued Shomrim patrol group asked for a favor, the future bride said Friday.
The officers from the 101st Precinct in Far Rockaway performed the stunt Wednesday when they pulled over Yehuda Coriat, 22, and his 20-year-old girlfriend, Sorah Oppen.
The cops made a bogus accusation that they were transporting weapons and drugs in the car.
After “questioning” Oppen about her boyfriend, the cops asked her to pop open the trunk — and out came the balloons.
Coriat then got down on his knee and proposed.
Oppen told The Post that a friend named Yoel Tyrnauer is a volunteer with the Shomrim patrol in Brooklyn’s Borough Park and asked the cops for the favor.
But Tyrnauer distanced himself from Shomrim — which is ensnared in a bribery scheme involving NYPD pistol permits — saying
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