Tuesday, September 18, 2012

Happy Divorce Guru

It seems there is no end to the ingenuity of people wanting to fleece help those going through a divorce. Japanese 'divorce guru' Hiroki Terai has devised 'Divorce Newspapers' "as a quick and painless way to let family, friends and acquaintances know your marriage is over".

When divorcing couples sign up, they are interviewed about their marriage and give whatever details they want included. The information is compiled into the newspaper, which is then delivered to whoever the couple specify.

Prices start at just ¥11,220 (about £88), but divorcees get 50% off if they agree to include an advert for Terai’s 'divorce ceremonies'.

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