An Australian magazine has stirred up some controversy by offering a grand prize of an all-expenses-paid divorce in its latest readers’ contest. Not only will the prize include the divorce from your wife, but the magazine will also try to hook you up with some new fun girls by sending you out on few dates after the divorce is finalized. While critics have slammed the magazine for trying to encourage divorce, editor Paul Merrill defended the contest. "You'd have to be pretty nutty to enter a competition to win a divorce if you're happily married... 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.” (News.com.au)

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