Hey Saudi brides - get the deets about your man before tying the knot!
The service provides women with information on how often her potential husband frequents the local mosque and details about his driving habits. (Shutterstock)
A new paid internet service was launched by unidentified people to provide women information about their future husbands.
The website asks women for the personal information of their future husbands and their national identification card numbers, and within a short period of time, it provides women with the required information.
The site claims that the service allows women to acquaint themselves with their future husbands before they enter into a marriage contract.
The service asks the imam of the neighborhood mosque about whether the man frequents the mosque, information which costs SR1,500.
Monitoring a person's driving habits costs SR1,000 and monitoring his behavior in public places costs SR2,000, while information about his smoking habits cost SR500.