Bachelor uses billboards to find a wife – BBC News

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A bachelor says he’s been overwhelmed by the response to his billboards, which advertise that he is seeking a wife.

Muhammad Mali took out the huge ads in London and Birmingham in the UK after years of searching for his soulmate.

The 29 year old received more than a 1,000 replies from women and is whittling down the list in a spreadsheet.

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