There seems to be no end to what can be bought or sold on Internet auction site eBay.
We've had celebrity cars like Juergen Klinsmann's VW Beetle and Pope Benedict XVI's Golf, the penalty kick notes from the Germany-Argentina World Cup 2006 quarter-final, and even a chewed-up piece of gum spat from the mouth of Britney Spears.
The latest to make it onto the site is a section of artificial hair reputedly lost by British supermodel Kate Moss while trying to duck paparazzi as she returned to the plush Hotel Adlon after a night out in Berlin last month.
Fake hair shed as Moss fled paparazzi
The blonde hair extension, currently being auctioned for 805 euros ($1,264), according to the Friday, July 4 edition of the German Bild newspaper, was found by a photographer at the scene.
The photographer, it is reported, plans to donate the proceeds to a German anti-drugs charity.
Moss was accused and cautioned by police in Britain for possession of cocaine after photos of her allegedly using the drug appeared in a British tabloid.
After the incident, Ms. Moss is thought to be more careful with her real hair, which can be used in the testing of illicit substances. She is apparently not so diligent about her add-ons.