We're often told that Russian women are different from their more liberate western counterparts but this story really takes the biscuit:
A Murmansk gambler lost his wife in a poker game when he ran out of cash and laid his other half on the table, Ananova reports.
Unfortunately for Andrei Karpov, when winning opponent Sergey Brodov arrived to claim his prize, his wife Tatiana was "so angry" she opted for a divorce.
Well, OK, but what next?
She thundered: "It was humiliating and I was utterly ashamed. But as soon as my ex-husband did that I knew I had to leave him."
In a heartwarming twist which disproves once-and-for-all the old "lucky at cards, unlucky at love" proverb, Tatiana started a relationship with Brodov and subsequently married him.
She enthused: "Sergey was a very handsome, charming man and I am very happy with him, even if he did 'win' me in a poker game."
Yes, that's lovely, we're all very happy for you. But, umm, Tatya, what happens next time Sergey is lucky at cards?