Riyadh, November 28: Four Saudi women teaching in a remote village
school have married their driver so they can live closer to work,
Al-Watan newspaper said on Monday.
The newspaper said the women from Al-Baha province in south-west Saudi
Arabia were impressed with the man's "good morals" and decided to marry
him and live together in the village where they teach -- avoiding a
tiring daily commute.
They were married in a short ceremony, and have agreed to pay the driver
a share of their monthly salaries, Al-Watan said. Women are not allowed
to drive in Saudi Arabia, while men can marry up to four women according
to Islamic law.