By Christopher Rosa. Photos: Getty Images, Courtesy of Twitter.
If you're an Adele fan who can't see her in concert this year, you're in luck. No, no, she isn't extending her tour (unfortunately). This news is even better: You can buy a—wait for it—bag of air from Adele's March 13 concert in Australia on eBay right now. Yes, a bag of air. This brings new meaning to the phrase "celebrity souvenirs." (PS: When I said "better," I obviously meant "totally weird.")
But really, this is happening. An enthusiastic Adele fan currently has a post on eBay that reads, "Legit bag of air. Content: Adele. 13/3/2017 Adelaide Oval." Well, it's either a fan or an evil monster trying to dupe someone into paying $50 for a regular, Adele-free plastic bag. Some people suck, so don't rule this out.
Regardless, Adele fans are bidding. The highest offer right now, according to Mashable, is AUD $202.50 ($155.18). You read that correctly: over $150 for a piece of plastic. Never underestimate the devotion of a stan.
After all, this isn't the first time something like this has happened. Remember when someone bought locks of Justin Bieber's hair for over $40,000? Bieber's hair and Adele's "air" are child's play compared to the other bonkers celebrity souvenirs fans have purchased.
Check out the seven most surprising buys, below:
Scarlett Johansson’s tissue. In 2008 the actress signed her used tissue and sold it for $5,300. She donated the proceeds to charity. No word on whether the fan who bought the tissue caught Johansson's cold.
Justin Timberlake's breakfast. A 19-year-old *NSYNC super-fan got her hands on Timberlake's half-eaten French toast back in 2000 for the cool price of $1,025. Like Johansson, Timberlake gave the cash to charity.
Britney Spears' used pregnancy test. CNN reports that an Ottawa radio station secured the positive pregnancy test BritBrit tossed into a Los Angeles hotel room wastebasket in 2005 and sold it for $5,001. Insert obligatory "Oh, baby, baby" joke. (I'll see myself out.)
Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's breath. Yup, someone pulled an Adele in 2010 with Brangelina's "breath." YourTango reports that a celebrity spotter named Joe Wilson captured Pitt and Jolie's "breath" in a jar and sold it online for $523. Wouldn't it be nice to be a person who has $500 to spend on quite literally nothing?
John Lennon's tooth. A Canadian dentist snagged one of the late Beatles' pearly whites for $31,200. "I want to hold your
William Shatner's kidney stone. GoldenPalace.com, a casino known for buying crazy things like the Virgin Mary–shaped grilled cheese, reportedly bought Shatner's kidney stone for $25,000. Which begs the question: How the hell was this delivered?
Queen Elizabeth II's underwear. One pair of royal undergarments were sold to a questionable person for $18,101, according to Christian Post I object to this on every imaginable level.
What happened to just buying a nice poster?! The Internet is a terrifying place.
This story originally appeared on Glamour.
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