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The dress originally went for a price of £15.99

An eBay listing went viral last week when a seemingly innocent photo of a dress actually contained a naked girl.

EBay user Aimi Jones, who goes by the eBay username "sugartit_2," posted an Asos Yellow Skater Dress on the site for a price of £15.99. The photo shows the yellow dress hanging on a door, but a mirror to the side of the door reveals something entirely different: a naked Jones.

Jones is only wearing a bra in the mirror's reflection as she points the digital camera at the dress. After the photo started spreading around the Internet, Jones took the listing down and later re-posted another. In the new photo, she is only wearing a parka -- still exposing her genitalia.

This goes to show that the naked picture likely wasn't an accident, but more of a scheme to get people to notice her listing and drive up the price. Fortunately for Jones, it worked. She ended up selling the dress for £153,911 ($245,000 USD) after the photo caught a ton of attention around the Web.

Source: Huffington Post



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But will ebay let her have the money ?
By maxxcool on 1/22/2013 10:23:04 AM , Rating: 4
There are all sorts of Eula bits about lewd ad's... I do wish her luck but I doubt she will get the money.

1-ebay will likely invalidate the auction and force a refund
2-who in the hell pays 250k for something they cant touch !?




By jajig on 1/22/2013 11:27:03 AM , Rating: 3
Whenever I have followed up on these types of ebay stories in the past they were always fake bids. I doubt anyone is going to pay.


RE: But will ebay let her have the money ?
By sheh on 1/23/2013 2:47:59 PM , Rating: 2
What do you mean "can't touch"? You buy the dress and you get it shipped to you.


RE: But will ebay let her have the money ?
By Azethoth on 1/23/2013 3:01:50 PM , Rating: 3
Uhm no, they were paying for naked girl + dress. Duh. Who cares that you can touch the dress when the girl didn't ship with it.


By mcnabney on 1/24/2013 9:30:01 AM , Rating: 2
Actually they were paying for a dress made famous by a woman that inadvertently (or not) posed naked in a meme. That dress gained value by being owned by the woman and being the subject of the meme.


By AnnihilatorX on 1/29/2013 5:44:05 AM , Rating: 2
You never knew, maybe the girl will return the favour.

I mean, people pay millions for a chewing gum left by a celebrity, there is no logic.


RE: But will ebay let her have the money ?
By Kurz on 1/30/2013 2:46:15 PM , Rating: 2
She isn't even that pretty.
Damn I wish my penis pics would fetch for such an amount.


By mmatis on 2/4/2013 12:16:06 PM , Rating: 2
I'm sorry, but from what I understand you're no Weiner.

Hell, you can't even Huma!


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