Birmingham man buys billboards to find love and avoid arranged marriages

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A CREATIVE bachelor has spent hundreds of dollars on several giant billboards to advertise himself in a new attempt to find a wife.

Mohammad Malik, 29, created a website in his unusual quest for love and pasted his photo on signs.

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Creative singleton spent hundreds of pounds on several giant billboards
Mohammad created a website in his unusual quest for love

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Mohammad created a website in his unusual quest for love

It features a 20-foot photo of the reclining Muslim, displaying a cheeky smile for the camera and joking, “Save me from an arranged marriage.” “

The ads, on at least three billboards across Birmingham, direct potential suitors to its findmalikawife.com website.

And he says he’s had over ten responses so far.

He’s from London but says he considers Birmingham his second home because of its mosques and food.

Mohammad, who works as an innovation consultant and entrepreneur, says in a video on his page: “Hi, my name is Malik. You might have seen my face on a billboard somewhere.

“I am 29 years old, I live in la vida in London. I am entrepreneur, foodie and religious. I am looking for someone who works on his deen [Arabic word meaning religion].

“I am open to all ethnicities, but I come from a noisy Punjabi family, so the joke must be 100.

“If you are interested, fill out the form and see my contact details.”

Explaining the drastic measures, he said: “I just haven’t found the right girl yet. It’s hard there. I had to get a billboard to be seen.

“My ideal partner would be a Muslim woman in her twenties, who is striving to improve her deen.

“I’m an only child and I take care of my mom and dad. If it’s a compromise, I don’t think it will work.”

Mohammad emphasizes that he is not against arranged marriages, adding: “I believe that arranged marriages have a place and a tradition in many Islamic cultures.

“In fact, many studies show that they have many benefits. I just want to try to find someone on my own first.

He said:

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He said: “I haven’t found the right girl yet”
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