This multi-millionaire farm owner from Thailand could no longer wait. He wants his single 26-year-old daughter to get married soon and so he’s now he making a big offer for any man who will take her hand.
58-year-old Arnon Rodthong owns the biggest durian farm in the town of Chumphon in Thailand. His daughter Karnsita, 26, helps him with the business but his happiness isn’t complete yet – he really wants his daughter to have a husband.
10 million for the man who will marry his daughter!
Although certain areas in Thailand still believe that a man should pay dowry for his bride, Rodthong clarified he doesn’t mind breaking the tradition. In fact, the rich farmer said he is willing to give 10 million Thai baht (around US$315,000) along with his durian farm for his future son-in-law.
So what are the requirements, you ask? According to Rodthong, nationality wouldn’t even be an issue as long as he is willing to “work hard and make Karnsita happy.”
“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. I just want someone with a hard-working attitude. That’s all.”
“As soon as I have an in-law, I will give up all my assets to him,” Rodthong likewise added.
Rodthong’s offer eventually went viral on social media.
Meanwhile, his daughter Karnsita, who speaks fluent English and Chinese, only discovered about her dad’s controversial offer through a friend.
“I first found out about my father’s post when my friend’s showed me. I was surprised but I can see the funny side to it, too.
“It is true that I am still single. If I have to get married with someone, I only want him to be a diligent and good person who loves his family.”
She, however, mentioned that her future spouse might have a bit of difficulty getting the money from her dad because she’s thinking about “(using) it herself for plastic surgery in Korea.”
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