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Crazy But True

By Vision Reporter

Added 31st March 2010 03:00 AM

Sex workers rent husbands
MALAYSIA-Foreign sex workers are paying local men up to $1,500 (sh3m) a month to become their husbands so that they can stay in the country to ply their trade. Under immigration laws, foreign spouses of Malaysians are initially given three-month visas before eventually

Sex workers rent husbands
MALAYSIA-Foreign sex workers are paying local men up to $1,500 (sh3m) a month to become their husbands so that they can stay in the country to ply their trade. Under immigration laws, foreign spouses of Malaysians are initially given three-month visas before eventually

Sex workers rent husbands
MALAYSIA-Foreign sex workers are paying local men up to $1,500 (sh3m) a month to become their husbands so that they can stay in the country to ply their trade. Under immigration laws, foreign spouses of Malaysians are initially given three-month visas before eventually obtaining year-long permits, which are renewed automatically. Although prostitution is illegal, many spas and karaoke bars double up as brothels.

Dogs’ love beats spouse
US -A third of Americans admit to missing their dogs more than their partners when out of town. Nine out of 10 feel their pet is more pleased to see them after a hard day at work and is even more likely to notice when they have had a bad day. A survey commissioned by dog snack maker, Pup-Peroni, which questioned over 1,000 US dog owners about the feelings for the pup in their life, revealed that many Americans turn to their four-legged friends for solace before friends and family. Nearly two thirds believe their dogs are more dependable than their closest comrades.

Sh4b on Zuma’s wives
SOUTH AFRICA-More than $2m (sh4.3b) a year is spent to support the President's family, almost double the budget a year ago, the parliament was told. Zuma, has three wives and recently admitted to fathering his 20th child out of wedlock with the daughter of a friend. The “spousal office” pays for personal support staff,like secretaries as well as domestic and international air travel and accommodation. It also covers mobile phones for the spouses and their secretaries and a special daily allowance for “incidental” expenses. “The state supports the spouses to meet their responsibilities in a manner that permits them to actively to pursue their careers,” Collins Chabane, a minister charged with performance, said.

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