Bus driver dating
A 47-YEAR-OLD bus driver has revealed he was branded a "paedo" and driven from his home after falling for a friend's 16-year-old daughter.Andy and Beth, now 19, have been married three years and are featured in a TV show, Age Gap Love, which was shown on Channel 5.He organizes dating events for singles and refurbishes his bus with new information of singles in run-up to romantic occasions such as Valentine's Day (Feb 14), Qixi Festival (the Chinese Valentine's Day), Singles Day (Nov 11), and May 20 – a date which sounds similar to "I love you" in Chinese.Over the past decade, 23 couples have tied the knot through the matchmaking of Yun."They'd shout abuse at them, it wasn't nice at all." The couple reveal their "end goal" is eventually to move back to the area - something they don't think will be easy."Forty years I've lived in Wales, my mum's been here, my grandma's been here," says Andy. He graduated from Newcastle University, where he learnt a bit about media and a lot about living without heating.
"When I see two singles become a couple, my heart melts." Copyright 1995 - . The content (including but not limited to text, photo, multimedia information, etc) published in this site belongs to China Daily Information Co (CDIC)."They made me feel like I was some sort of animal because I'm going out with a younger girl."No, I'm going out with a younger girl because this girl has asked me to go out with her which is a privilege to me and an honour to me to find someone that thinks that of me." The first episode of the show sees Beth and Andy return to their Welsh home for a family holiday after being driven out two years ago.Andy elaborated on how he was treated like ''some sort of animal'' after he met Beth through her mother: '' To say it was really dark days, I can’t stress to you enough – that’s mild.They made me feel like I was some sort of animal because I’m going out with a younger girl.