One Man Who Fathered 78 Kids Wants MORE!

by in Unusual Baby Stories

A one legged polygamist in the middle east has recently said that he would like to have 100 kids by the year 2015.

He’s 60 years old, has had 15 wives — with two in the wings — and has 78 children — with two more on the way.

“In 2015 I will be 68 years old and will have 100 children,” Daad Mohammed Murad Abdul Rahman told Emirates Today (no relation). “After that I will stop marrying. I have to have at least three more marriages to hit the century.”

His youngest child is 20 days and his oldest 36 years.

“After Ramadan, I will go to Jaipur to get an artificial leg and marry a beautiful Rajasthani girl,” said the retired truck driver/cop/soldier who lost his leg in a traffic accident. “I have had seven Indian brides.”

One already has been lined up in Balochistan, Pakistan. (Maybe Osama bin Laden will send a wedding gift.)

Islam (and the United Arab Emirates) allows only four wives at a time, so Daad Mohammed has to divorce some whenever cupid’s arrow strikes. (Just repeat three times, “I divorce you.”)

How does he juggle 15 households and many mouths to feed? “Generous support” from the government — including housing and cash — plus a military pension.

“Even though my family is big, I don’t have any problem managing the budget,” he said. “I take care of their requirements — and pay pocket money to each and every child.”

Children are not something that you collect. Most people have kids so that they can carry on their family bloodline and see the world through their eyes.

The world has been freaking out about the Duggars having 17 kids, when this weirdo is already up to 78. At least Jim and Michelle have a structured home that is debt free. This guy is living off of the government.


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