A lesbian couple from New Zealand out-smarted a local radio
station, this week, thwarting a divorce competition it held live on
The Rock radio station held a Valentine's Day competition which
offered "the world's first divorce live on radio".
As part of the prize, the station - which is the most-listened to
station in the country - promised to fund the costs of the legal
But it spectacularly backfired when two lesbians hijacked it in a
statement about gay marriage.
The winner was a person called 'Sam', who the presenters
believed was male.
"I've been married to Andy for four years and lately things have
not been good," Sam said on the air Tuesday.
But then Sam revealed she was a gay woman and - along with her
partner - scolded the show's anchors.
"No it's not Andy and it's never gonna be Andy and it wasn't
Andy to start with you f---ing idiots," said the woman.
"We sabotaged you, you d---heads," the Toronto Sun report.
After some confusion, Sam said: "I can't believe you were going
to let me do that. Just to be honest, I am appalled by this
competition. It is disrespectful to all of your listeners."
The hosts were surprised by the hoax.
"I feel like I'm in an episode of Scooby-Doo and we're finally
figuring out how you guys caught us out and we would have got away
with it if it were not for you dastardly lesbians," one said.