STRIKE the lottery - and "win" a baby.
The Gambling Commission in the UK granted a licence to a charity called To Hatch to organise a monthly lottery where the winner will receive £25,000 ($48,600) worth of fertility treatments.
Winners will also be given accommodation in a luxury hotel before collecting their "prize" at one of the country's top clinics, reported Sky News.
But the lottery has come under fire.
Josephine Quintavalle from Comment on Reproductive Ethics told Sky News: "We have the greatest sympathy for those who have difficulty in conceiving.
"There should be proper investment in the United Kingdom in understanding and addressing the causes of infertility, which are most frequently associated with age, body weight, other lifestyle issues.
"But this latest initiative, turning the process of reproduction into a buy-your-ticket lottery, is absolutely unacceptable and quite possibly breaks European Law on the commercialisation of human tissue."
The lottery begins on July 30.
(Source: Sky News)