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A cheeky eBay seller sought to cash in on the love Great Britain bears for everyone's favourite dithering racist royal by attempting to auction debris from the crash Prince Philip was involved in last week.
According to the BBC, what appeared to be little more than a pile of shattered glass and plastic fetched an astonishing £65,900 in 139 bids before it was deleted by eBay.
Auction - Description - Phil - DNA
It must have been down to the auction's enticing description, which proposed the rubbish "may even have Phil's DNA on it, if you wanted to clone him".
Because who doesn't want a shambling Imperial hangover wheezing inappropriate comments over your shoulder?
Course - Japes - Morbius777 - Sum - Cancer
Of course it was all japes to seller morbius777, who promised to donate the sum to Cancer Reasearch UK.
eBay, however, removed the listing due to its "policy relating to the sale of any item that seeks...
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