We love Adele. Everyone loves Adele, it's a given. But even the world's most adorable Brit herself would call this loving yet entrepreneurial gesture a bit, you know, much.
After infiltrating every aspect of Australian media with her whirlwind presence recently, Adele has also distributed her fair share of carbon dioxide to the land Down Under, via breathing.
And so it is that one enterprising, evil genius has grabbed an empty ziplock bag and thrown it on eBay with a label that reads: "Legit bag of air. Content: Adele. 13/3/2017 Adelaide Oval."
Bids are currently sitting at AUD$202.50 (S$217.06). Yes, really.
Seller slash excellent troll, Shaun McDonough (who has 100 per cent positive feedback we might add) writes in the "product" description: "Grab a piece of history for your Adele collection. A true fan must have this air. Bid now for a bargain please note I'm selling a Coles sandwich bag which contains the air."
You've got three days to score yourself this exciting piece of music memorabilia. At the rate it's going, that's just enough time to borrow some money from your mates. Air isn't cheap, you know.
So, who'll be the lucky sucker who scores themselves a bag of invisible Adele concert particles? Could it be you? If so, please reconsider and spend your money on something - literally anything. As opposed to this bag of nothing.
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