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Up To 4,000 British men a year are paying introduction agencies to find Far Eastern brides - women described as "biddable, beautiful and beddable".The burgeoning trade was highlighted last week when it was revealed that 75-year-old Brian Clegg, the former chairman of British Gas's Northern Region, had married 23-year-old Thai waitress Banjit Sawaengdee after meeting her through an agency.It charges clients pounds 1,800 to pounds 2,000 for the service, which includes a video featuring around 300 girls.Customers draw up a short list of about a dozen women and then travel to Bangkok to select the "best" one. Charles Black, proprietor of Siam Introductions, sends over about eight men a month.Demand for suitable brides is so strong that agencies can charge men several thousand pounds for an introduction, as well as travel expenses.Mr Clegg met Banjit through Siam Introductions, a dating agency based in Kent.The place there has room for about 100,000 people . One thing i REALLY don't understand is the thai girl thing. One mix group of friends holiday trip to Pattaya, one with guy friend (my first time there) for the 'thai girl thing' and third for work. i can tell you this is NOT the case, infact couldn't be further from it.
They don't need men for finance as they did 35 years ago.They have four children, the youngest nine months old. "She wears out the furniture she cleans it so much. They're a joy to have around and they worship the ground you walk on." It seems there is no end to her domestic talents."My socks are beautifully ironed and folded," says Mr Black.In fact because of this there are quite a few russians who have been moved to thailand to work in the sex industry, in pattaya and thailand having there own clubs.
The thai don't like them because they pull the heavy paying clients & steal there clients. If people didn't go around saying how beautiful they were there maybe i wouldn'tve built it up in my head to be disapointed.And yet, how- ever contented some of these matches may be, there is something faintly disturbing about a husband who praises his partner so highly in terms of her attention to hygiene. "It's the pull of the past - of the idea of a golden age when men and women stuck to their roles.Maybe it's also to do with men's anxiety and fear of not being attractive to women in this country." Or rather what used to be attractive no longer holds any currency."My other wife just used to throw them in the drawer." Then there is her personal hygiene: "She showers three or four times a day - and in winter too." In a spare moment betweenshowering and vacuuming, his wife, Deer, explains why English men are so perfect. He's had to work hard but he loves his family and looks after us." She never misses Thailand.