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Husband scarcity: Millionaire to Pay ₦108m ($300k) to Anyone Who Will marry His Virgin Daughter

A businessman from Thailand, Arnon Rodthong, was frustrated that his educated 26-year-old daughter, Karnsita, isn’t married yet. Thus, he made a decision to approach her potential suitors with a proposal of his own.

A Thai millionaire and the greatest seller of durians in Chumphon province has made an unprecedented business deal — he’s offering $314,166 (10 mln Baht) to any man ready to tie the knot together with his virgin daughter, as per the Daily Mirror. The person, who’s a durian farmer, stated that ideally, he wanted his daughter’s husband to handling the household business.

“I want someone to take care of my business and make it last. I don’t want a person with a bachelor’s, or master’s or philosopher’s degree. I want a diligent man. That’s all. As soon as I have an in-law, I will give up all my assets to him,” he said. Rodthong’s daughter is a pretty lady and a university graduate who, according to her father, speaks fluent English and Chinese. Reacting to the possibility of an arranged marriage, Karnsita said that she “was surprised” but she could “see the funny side to it.” Following the reports about Arnon Rodthong’s deal, numerous candidates for the role of Karnsita’s husband reacted to it on social media, insisting that the millionaire and his daughter must pay attention to them.

At the same time, there were some men who expressed their indignation with the unusual marriage arrangement. 

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