Hong Kong Billionaire Offers $65 Million Reward to Any Man Who Can Marry His Lesbian Daughter

Hong King-based property and shipping tycoon Cecil Chao Sze-tsung has offered up a bizarre $65 million marriage bounty to any man capable of wooing and eventually marrying his lesbian daughter, Gigi. “I don’t mind whether he is rich or poor – the important thing is that he is generous and kind-hearted,” the billionaire said.

33-year-old Gigi Chao has recently announced wedding Sean Eav, her partner for seven years, in France. But her powerful father doesn’t even want to hear about it and even publicly dismissed the “false reports” of his daughter’s marriage insisting she was still single. He told the South China Morning Post that he is eager for his daughter to finally marry and even offered a $65 million reward to any MAN capable of winning her heart. “Gigi is a very good woman with both talents and looks. She is devoted to her parents, is generous and does volunteer work,” he said, adding that the financial reward is just “an inducement to attract someone who has the talent, but not the capital, to start his own business”. To sweeten the deal even more, he is willing to start his future son-in-law up in his own business.

Photo: Gigi Chao’s Facebook page

It’s ironic that a man who has never been married and once bragged about having bedded over 10,000 women is going through all this trouble just to see his oldest daughter settled down with a man. The 76-year-old playboy doesn’t seem willing to accept Gigi’s seven-year lesbian relationship, nor her recent nuptials. Hong Kong law doesn’t recognize gay marriages, so technically, he still has a chance to see his dream fulfilled. 33-year-old Gigi Chao, who graduated from the University of Manchester and currently works as a director at her father’s company reportedly said she found his efforts “entertaining” and won’t worry about it too much until a suitor actually turns up. She also mentioned that ever since Cecil Chao Sze-tsung’s offer went public, she has been bombarded with new Facebook Friend requests and new followers on her Twitter account, which she hasn’t used since July.

Photo: Gigi Chao’s Facebook page

via CTV News