- By TARA PALMERI
- Last Updated: 2:00 AM, August 10, 2013
- Posted: 1:13 AM, August 10, 2013
He’ll fix you up if you fix him up.
A pompous Park Avenue plastic surgeon is offering free cosmetic services in exchange for dates with women who meet his incredibly exacting standards — “very skinny” dress size 0-2, white, aged 27-35, graduate of an Ivy League school, “Type B” personality (not “Type A” like him), and a rating of 8 or 9 on a 1-to-10 attractiveness scale.
Dr. Emil Chynn, 47, who runs Park Avenue LASEK, blasted out his matchmaking criteria and compensation plan to random attendees of a New Jersey networking event — whose cards he scooped up for potential matches, not business.
NO DOGS ALLOWED . . . except for pets in the case of Dr. Emil Chynn, who’s offering free cosmetic surgery for those who fix him up with gals meeting his tough standards.
After striking out with the city’s top matchmakers who charge up to $1,000 per date, the Harvard-educated doctor created a “win-win” situation where he offers his services as thank-you gifts for hot dates.
For a first date, he’ll shell out a $100 reward. He’ll offer free eyelash-enhancer Latisse or pay $200 for the second date; he’ll offer free Botox or pay $300 for a third date; he’ll offer free Juvederm injections or $400 for a fourth date; and free Lasek surgery on one eye worth $2,000 or $500 cash for a fifth date.
But his requirements are extreme. He won’t even see the potential date unless she fits his exacting criteria — including having no children, having a college degree and living a healthy lifestyle.
“These are my Hard (Objective) Dating Parameters which are NOT Flexible,” he wrote in a mass e-mail.
“This means I am only willing to pay for introductions if ALL these criteria are met, if you want to set me up w someone missing 1 of these criteria, I may accept, but will not pay for that.”
He wants a woman with a graduate degree or Ivy League undergraduate degree “since I went to 3 Ivy League schools i.e. Dartmouth, Columbia & Harvard, as well as Emory and my MBA from NYU.” he said.
She must also be a Christian, someone who has spent time outside of the United States and who has lived in a city of more than 1 million people, and must like pets “because I plan to have a dog for the rest of my life,” he wrote.
The results — so far — have been underwhelming, he admitted.
Since he sent the e-mail, he’s only had two set-ups — but he rejected both because they didn’t meet his parameters.
“The yield is very low because I’m so picky,” he told The Post.
“I’m not crazy I just want someone who’s the right age and same the same sort of education and we’re compatible and loves me for me.”
Blogger Marc Ensign, who briefly met Chynn at the Department of Commerce networking event in Paramus last year and received his bizarre e-mail the next day, posted the blast on his blog last week.
“He kind of walked in, very hurried. He said, ‘Here’s my card, I’m surgeon,’ and moved on to the next guy,” Ensign told The Post. “We didn’t talk too much because he was busy, busy, busy.”