Montreal Magician Pulls Off The Ultimate Wedding Proposal

Who needs Houdini when you have Mahmoudini!
Montreal Magician Pulls Off The Ultimate Wedding Proposal

A Montreal man wanted to propose to his girlfriend and thought of a very creative way to do so. Why not ask a magician to help out? What a brilliant idea! So innovative, heart warming and cute.

Harry Houdini would have been very proud of our very own Mahmoudini! He's been entertaining people by performing magic tricks and making everyone laugh since the age of 14.

"Although I don't possess a flying carpet", jokes Mahmoudini, "I do possess the uncanny ability to fool, amaze and ridicule. So come join me on this epic adventure of mystery, deception and absolute nonsense!"

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