A race to break the record of the most number of marriages:
So what’s his secret?
"It all boils down to charm. You have to treat a lady nicely, show her your good side and sweet-talk her," he said, adding that he never told his wives-to-be about his previous marriges.
"My record is not that great. Some of my late friends had 50 to 70 marriages."
Most of his ex-wives live in the area and he occasionally bumps into them.
"They hold no grudges against me," he says.
Read the last sentence also. Do not blink your eyes:
Although he has no plans to get married again anytime soon, he does not discount the possibility.
"It depends. If she (Asma’) does not treat me well, I just might," he said cheekily in the presence of his wife.
Suka-suka kahwin; tak suka, cerai. Kahwin macam tukar baju. (You like it, get married; don't like it, get divorced. Marriage is like changing clothes.)
Few days ago, there was a letter in MalaysiaKini saying that TV3 glorifies a polygamous lifestyle:
theSun chose to feature the same topic in its letters section today (it's the same writer, I guess):
I remembered sighting the news about a pakcik who married almost the similar times as Pok Jeng above in the UK papers here. And I tell you it wasn't funny at all to me .
Read also: NST Advocates You To Drink Shitty Water
Who's The Man Behind This Picture? (featuring Utusan Malaysia glorifying drug addict-glamorous marriages).
You see it? While some film supposedly not glorifying Communism was shot down pre-emptively (which was not even seen by some mainstream media journalists themseleves), these mainstream media are transducing bad advocacy to the public!