A men's magazine has caused outrage by giving its readers the chance to win a divorce. Zoo Weekly in Australia is offering one lucky reader the chance of an all-expenses paid divorce.
Men are being invited to write in and explain why they deserve to win the prize. But critics have branded the competition unethical, inappropriate and in poor taste.
The men's magazine is promising to take care of it for the winner - from the legal costs to hooking up the "lucky" bloke with new women.
"The idea is we're going to try to get this guy out back on the scene and try to set him up with some more suitable girlfriends to have a good time," editor Paul Merrill said.
"When a marriage fails it's always sad but what's even sadder is being stuck under the same roof as someone who's shagged your best mate or something.
"This is hopefully going to encourage people to see the error of their ways and get out rather than put up with 40 years of misery."
Asked if the competition could be viewed as encouraging divorce, Merrill said: "You'd have to be pretty nutty to enter a competition to win a divorce if you're happily married."
The magazine drew widespread criticism from academics and plastic surgeons last year when it offered readers a chance to win their girlfriends a boob job by sending in shots of her cleavage.