Three NYPD cops staged a fake traffic stop to help a Jewish man propose to his girlfriend in Queens
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.
Oppen said the cops “weren’t on duty at the time. They did him a favor. They came in dressed up [in uniform], got the car and did the whole getup just as a favor.”