Man marries 14 times in 30 months An employee of Air India has been arrested in Mumbai after it emerged he had 14 wives. Tushar Waghmare, alias Tushar Bapat, 40, used an internet marriage site to tie the knot repeatedly during the last two and a half years. His online profile read: Divorced in 2006, looking out for working Brahmin women. Divorcees or widows no bar. MSN India reports that Waghare used to spend at least three consecutive days with each of his wives. He would then move out, on the pretext of travelling abroad for work purposes. Waghare was finally caught when two of his wives ran into another in the same flat. According to the Sun, five of his other halves have filed official complaints of bigamy to Mumbai police, while the other nine have chosen to remain anonymous due to their embarrassment. R M Vhatkar, deputy police commissioner in Mumbai, said: "None of the women or their parents ever thought of doing a background check on him as they were impressed by his job title." Waghare apparently told police that the pressure of having to provide for each of his wives was leaving him penniless. He has since been sacked by his employers.