Some men marry for love, other for the men, and then there are the romantic type who marry for the kidney.
A Saudi man falls in that third category. The Philippines is notorious for its organ transplant industry. Wealthy foreigners used to regularly arrive seeking whatever transplant they needed.
Such an industry is clearly dangerous for natives whom are poor and conned through money to give up their bodily organs and often facing death after the fact.
The Philippine government was worked to stop this through banning organ sales to foreigners and punishing organ sellers to 20 years in prison. Exceptions exists for family members.
There is, naturally, still a Black Market; but this Saudi man was not shopping in the very risky underground market [transplants often take place in unsanitary rooms by inexperienced doctors and thus place in danger the life of both donor and recipient].
Instead, this wealthy Saudi decided to become a family member. He found a willingly recipient and then married her for the kidney.
When the couple showed up at the hospital casually requesting a transplant as a wife volunteering to donate her kidney to her husband, the hospital staff grew suspicion when they realized that the couple did not speak the same language and only recently wed. They realized that is was not a family transplant, but such a facade to circumvent the ban on foreign organ sales.
Despite his pleas, the Saudi man was refused. No charges have been filed against either party and the Saudi man has most likely returned home.