Sydney comedian Aaron Chen proposes to girlfriend at McDonald's

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She’s lovin’ it! Comedian Aaron Chen proposes to girlfriend at McDonald’s with a ring concealed in a box of Chicken McNuggets… before the couple celebrate at Cash Converters

Aaron Chen proposed to his girlfriend Esther Shim in a very unorthodox manner last month.

The comedian, 26, revealed on Instagram over the weekend he’d popped the question with a ring hidden inside a box of McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets.

‘Congratulations to me I am engaged,’ he captioned the hilarious post. 

He put a ring on it: Comedian Aaron Chen (right) proposed to his girlfriend Esther Shim (left) in a very unorthodox manner last month

He put a ring on it: Comedian Aaron Chen (right) proposed to his girlfriend Esther Shim (left) in a very unorthodox manner last month

A photo of the couple showed a beaming Esther proudly showing off the ring.

In another image, she held up the ring in front of a Cash Converters store. It’s possible they celebrated their engagement at the pawn shop.

In her own April 20 post celebrating the engagement, Shim wrote: ‘I AM HAPPIEST GIRL IN THE WORLD!!!!’

Delicious: Aaron, 26, revealed on Instagram over the weekend he'd popped the question with a ring hidden inside a box of McDonald's Chicken McNuggets

Surprise! The ring was placed atop six McNuggets

Delicious surprise: Aaron, 26, revealed on Instagram over the weekend he’d popped the question with a ring hidden inside a box of McDonald’s Chicken McNuggets

Pawn stars: In another image, Esther held up the ring in front of a Cash Converters store. It's possible the couple celebrated their engagement at the pawn shop

Pawn stars: In another image, Esther held up the ring in front of a Cash Converters store. It’s possible the couple celebrated their engagement at the pawn shop

One accompanying image showed the ring placed on a baby’s toe. 

Aaron is best known for playing George in the ABC comedy series Fisk. 

The stand-up comic won Best Newcomer at the 2017 Melbourne International Comedy Festival for his debut solo show The Infinite Faces of Chenny Baby.

Day job: Chen is best known for playing George in the ABC comedy series Fisk

Day job: Chen is best known for playing George in the ABC comedy series Fisk

The Sydneysider is currently touring his show If Weren’t Filmed, Nobody Would Believe.

Following a run at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival last month, the show is moving north to Aaron’s home city.

He will take to the stage at the Enmore Theatre in Newtown on May 5, followed by The Concourse in Chatswood on May 6.

Cashed-up: Aaron is currently touring his show If Weren't Filmed, Nobody Would Believe

Cashed-up: Aaron is currently touring his show If Weren’t Filmed, Nobody Would Believe

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