Cruising the airport in clever disguises, the prince is on the hunt for a mate for his son. The devious man waits patiently for an unsuspecting tourist or businessman to wander away from the flock. Prepared to use any means necessary to give his son what he craves, the prince is determined to present his prized son with the commodity bought and sold for centuries as "white gold."
The man was slight of build but not gangly or sickly. He would do well in the palace that had been built far from the heated water of the sea. He would be kept indoors to avoid damage to his fair skin. Once outside the airport, the prince asked the man if he would assist him.
"I need to get back. What do you need?"
"It is my son. We have lost sight of each other."
The stranger was kind of heart and agreed to help the prince in his endeavor to locate his son. The prince led the nice man to a side of the airport that was kept well hidden from security and curious onlookers.