A 50-year-old man from Jerusalem has been granted a divorce for the 11th time, a new Israeli record for Jews according to a Rabbinical court.
He told the court he usually divorced his wives every two years and looked for a new bride immediately after.
The man said he regretted his first divorce as it had begun a never-ending search for the next "experience".
His newest ex-wife said that since they married he had not worked and had lived off her income, amassing large debts.
The previous Jewish Israeli record for divorces by one person was seven.
'No grey hair'
Announcing the country's record 11th divorce, the Rabbinical Court Administration said: "It turns out that the popular divorcee courts his wives in a persuasive and sensitive way.
"But after a short time on both sides they get annoyed with each other and after the courting, fights begin.
"Despite his 50 years, he has no grey hair and despite his much experience in marriage, he plans to marry again," the statement added.
The man has one son from a previous marriage, but the court said he had not paid any child support to his ex-wife.
He told the court he had never experienced any difficulty in finding a new bride.
"I send out a hook in all directions, and the fish come on their own."
In the statement, the rabbis praised the man for going through all the correct religious procedures for getting a divorce.
Under Jewish law, to divorce his wife a man must issue her with a "Get", a document that says "you are hereby permitted to all men".