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One million baht dowry as Irish man marries Thai boyfriend in Nakhon Sawan

 

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An Irish business man married his long term partner in a lavish ceremony in Nakhon Sawan province on Saturday.

 

Thai media reported on the marriage of Alister Bredee, 66, and Phumaret Sangtong, 31, which was described as a joyous event attended by friends and family from Thailand and Ireland.

 

Mr Bredee who operates a health and fitness business on Koh Samui said he first came to Thailand 15 years ago and met Phumarej after interviewing him for a job.

 

The couple, who have been together for 13 years, finally tied the knot on Saturday and plan to continue living on Koh Samui but said they may move to Nakhon Sawan when Mr Bredee retires.

 

Sanook reported that Mr Bredee handed a dowry of more than one million baht to the family of Mr Phumaret.

 

The dowry was made of 400,000 baht in cash, 10 baht weight in gold and a car.

 

Sanook actually reported that Mr Bredee is Icelandic but in an interview with the Samui Times, Mr Bredee said he was born in Sri Lanka, educated in the UK but called Ireland home.

 

Source: Sanook

 

 
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Meh... after the 10 millions baht gay wedding of 2 weeks ago, this pales in comparison... 

 

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The gay dude who recently paid 10 million baht to marry his boy lover must feel like an idiot.

 

At least he won't have to worry about ever getting pregnant. That saves hassle and money.

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9 minutes ago, Juan B Tong said:

Now that the use of LBGQT is accepted for use, I want to wish these queers good luck!

It's usually written LGBT or LGBTQ. It is indeed OK to say queers unless you're using it as a slur. Are you?

 

Similar to the use of the N word. 

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