This Saudi Man rented his camel for 48 hours and got $5.3 million
Fahd Bin Falah Bin Hithleen posted a video of renting camels for 5.3 million US dollars for 48 hours and captioned it, “Today is a historic day in every sense with the completion of a deal with camel owner Abdullah Bin Odeh. As some of his camel units were rented for 48 hours only for 20 million riyals with Abdullah Al-Dabbous.” Abdullah Bin Odeh is said to receive 5.4 million dollars at the conclusion of this deal as the Saudi media reported the deal to be “The largest in the world of camels.”
It is pertinent to mention here that a few regional competitions are coming in Saudi Arabia; hence the prices of camels are likely to rise. At the same time, the Facebook post by Fahd Bin Falah Bin Hithleen, the chairman of the board of directors of the camel club in Saudi Arabia, read, “The camels will not have an economic list if we treat them like children. We neither rent them nor sell them.” He also urged the nation to change its view of camels.
Earlier in 2021, a Saudi man asked his Twitter followers to lend him a loan of 5 million US dollars in order to purchase a camel amid the regional camel competitions. Camel is also known as the “Ship of the desert” in Saudi Arabia.