What are some of the most bizarre things ever sold on eBay, do you know? This may not come as a surprise to some of you, but people have sold some really bizarre things on the site. Like REALLY bizarre. Founded in 1995, eBay is an American multinational corporation and e-commerce company that provides consumer-to-consumer and business-to-consumer sales services via the Internet. Every day, millions of collectibles, decor, appliances, computers, furnishings, equipment, domain names, vehicles, and other miscellaneous items are listed, bought, or sold on eBay. For the most part, they are all normal stuff…for the most part. But then you get those items, the ones that make you say to yourself “Who would buy this?!”. From a ghost in a jar and Britney Spears´ hair to New Zealand (the actual country) and an unfaithful wife, here are 25 Most Bizarre Things Ever Sold On eBay.
In 2008, two sisters from Virginia sold their Illinois-shaped cornflake on eBay for $1,350. The winner of the auction, which lasted for more than a week, wanted to add the unique cornflake to his traveling museum.
Water left by Elvis Presley
In December 2004, water that was said to have been left in a cup Elvis Presley once drank from was sold for $455. The few tablespoons came from a plastic cup Presley supposedly sipped at a concert in North Carolina in 1977.
Ad space on man´s forehead
Web developer Andrew Fischer decided to auction his forehead as an ad space for a temporary tattoo. Fisher´s forehead was bought by a company called SnoreStop for staggering $37,375 in 2005.
Meaning of life
In February 2000, an unknown North Carolina resident auctioned “meaning of life.” His description stated “I have discovered the reason for existence, and will be happy to share this information with the highest bidder.” It sold for $3.26.
Guinea pig armor
An elaborately fashioned guinea pig suit of armor became the hit of e-Bay auctioning in 2013. The first final bid was a stunning $24,300, however the original bidder backed out and the item was re-listed on E-bay. The final bid came to $1,150.00. According to the product’s description, the profit was to be used by the Metropolitan Guinea Pig Rescue, a non-profit organization dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating, and finding new homes for unwanted guinea pigs.