‘Husband needs 3 girlfriends, will give a salary of 32 thousand rupees per month’
New Delhi : There is a rift in the relationship on the entry of the ‘third’ person in the relation of husband and wife, but a wife herself has brought another woman into the relationship for the ‘happiness’ of her husband. The story of this wife is in the headlines on social media. She had announced to find 3 girlfriends for her husband by advertising. For now, he has recruited a girlfriend. 2 posts are currently vacant. 44-year-old Patthima had released an advertisement announcing that she was looking for women who could make her husband happy and help her with his work. In return, girlfriends will get a salary of Rs 32,000 per month. According to the report, Patthima has told about this by releasing a video on Tiktok. Earlier in her video, Pathima had said that she is looking for three women who can take care of her husband, children and home. Patthima had said that the HIV test of the women applying would be necessary. They should be between 30-35 years old and have a high school or bachelor’s degree. Women’s living, food will also be free. The video of Patthima offering this strange ‘job’ has gone viral on Thai social media.
Husband got his first girlfriend
Patthima says that she is battling depression and is unable to keep her husband happy. In the video, Pathima says that her family will now include her husband as a ‘chhoti wife’. We will live together in the same house, eat together and take care of each other. Patthima further says that I guarantee that there will be no fight between us. I will give my husband the freedom to choose who he wants to sleep or live with. Pathima claimed that she was serious about hiring other women for her husband. He told that she is going through a health problem. He has to take sleeping pills daily and sleep early. She cannot take care of her husband like a normal wife. However, many users on social media have described it as a stunt of Patthima’s fame, while some users have described it as a video made for entertainment. But Pathima is calling it Serious Matter.