It's a bird! It's a plane! It's... an engagement ring?
Groom-to-be Jason proposed to his girlfriend, Christina, earlier this month by attaching an engagement ring to a tiny remote-controlled helicopter, which flew over to her while they hung out in San Francisco's Alamo Square Park.
In a video posted on YouTube Wednesday, Jason videotaped Christina as she talked about the park and their unborn daughter (Christina is pregnant). Then, Jason said he got a text saying he had a "special delivery." The tiny helicopter, which seems to be controlled by a hidden third person, appeared out of the sky and landed on the grass. Jason removed the ring, got down on one knee and popped the question. Christina said "yes!"
Watch the video above to see Christina's reaction as the helicopter comes in for a landing.
This isn't the first time a remote-controlled vehicle has played a role in popping the question. In 2011, a man attached a ring to a remote-controlled car, then drove it over to his fiance as she stood on the beach.
Click through the slideshow below to see some of the best "geeky" marriage proposals.