Today it’s possible to sell or purchase almost everything with the help of online trading websites, but sometimes we found some surprising products people want to sell online. And in some cases, people are interested to purchase those products about which most of us think “who gonna want to purchase”
Scroll down and enjoy the 18 most weird trades ever found on online trading platforms.
The thought of Bitcoin may make you laugh hysterically, unable to carry on a full conversation about the pseudo currency. Alternatively, someone calling Bitcoin a “pseudo currency” may have you up in arms, willing to spend all your precious, mined coins on a way to silence that obvious fool
Taylor More sold his two-bedroom bungalow online, listing the sale price at $400,000, or 5,759 Bitcoins. These coins are money that can be sent through the internet, with transactions able to be competed without a middle man like government based currencies have.
Bridget Wismer is accused of selling her baby boy for $15,000 so she could take her other children to Disney World.
Bridget Wismer, a thirty four year old mother, sold her infant son for $15,000. Why? Because she wanted to go to Disney World. A fifty five year old man, John Gavaghan, with a criminal record, paid her to purchase the baby and have the infant's birth certificate changed to state Gavaghan as the father.
Pundik Chavan liked drinking so much, he sold his wife Sangita. Ganesh Walode, his best friend, bought her for 25,000 Indian dollars in the town of Akola, near Mumbai. In an odd twist, Sangita was in love with Walode, even though Pundik was arrested for the sale. Guess it was a win-win for everyone until the authorities got involved.
This guy has balls to make a deal like this. Oh wait, now he doesn't. Mark Parisi sold his left testicle for $25,000 in order to buy a Nissan 370X, with a sticker price of up to $45,000.
Nov 28, 2013 - This man is selling his left testicle for $35,000 (£21,400) to a scientific research so he can afford his dream sports car. Mark Parisi revealed the shocking decision on US TV show The Doctors and said it was so he could finally own a Nissan 370.
Oct 18, 2013 - Mr Teng and Ms Zhang reportedly told prosecutors they were acting in their daughter's best interests, claiming they had hoped to place her with a financially stable family who could provide an education. “We did not give the baby away for money but in order to give it more security,
How badly do you want an iPhone? Well, Miss Zhang and Mr. Teng, must have wanted one pretty badly when they listed their unborn baby for $8,000. The Chinese couple were charged with human trafficking when they accepted the money when the baby was just weeks old by the time the transaction took place.
A tech-mad man who sold one of his kidneys to buy the latest iPad and iPhone has now been left bedridden after the remaining organ failed.
Wang Shangkun, now 25, was so desperate for Apple's flagship devices, he decided to sell his kidney in 2011 on the black market.
He received 22,000 RMB (around £2,520) and purchased an iPhone 4 and iPad 2 with the funds.
A hard-up Italian law student is selling naked pictures of herself online to raise cash for a new scooter.
Mary says her beloved moped "is close to its end" and that she desperately needs money to buy a new set of wheels.
She wrote on the social networking site: "I like to make photos and I want to have some fun this way. It's not as if I am offering sex and I hope this message is clear…
It’s no longer just women who go crazy about buying designer or brand-name handbags. It seems that men are joining the craze, not for their own closets but for their romantic partners’.
Profs. Yajin Wang and Vladas Griskevicius of the University of Minnesota and their team published an interesting report: “Conspicuous Consumption, Relationships, and Rivals: Women’s Luxury Products as Signals to Other Women.”
Manatee, Fla. resident Christine Faith Baker, 47, was arrested after she allegedly offered sexual favors for two McDonald’s dollar-menu cheeseburgers, according to the Miami Herald.
After the undercover detective invited Baker into his car and the talk turned to sex, she said her fee would be two double cheeseburgers from the dollar menu at McDonald’s.
Finkelstein described herself in an ad on Craiglist as a “diehard Phillies fan — gorgeous tall buxom blonde — in desperate need of two World Series Tickets.”
"I didn't do anything wrong, so I'm not embarrassed about my actions. I'm embarrassed about how I was arrested," Susan Finkelstein said one day after meeting at a suburban bar with an undercover police officer responding to an advertisement on Craigslist.
A twelve-year-old girl, Natasha Moraes de Andrade who has been dubbed the real-life Rapunzel after refusing to cut her hair for her whole life is to cut it all off - and plans to sell the 5ft 2inch of hair for 3,500 to be made into extensions.
Now she has had it all hacked off into a simple bob of just 40cm long, and washing her hair only takes five minutes.
A man who auctioned off his entire life on eBay after he was left broken-hearted has found a new love and bought his own Caribbean island.
Ian Usher is a minimalist traveler living and traveling all over the world. But a few years ago, he was just like everyone else. He owned a house, a car, a jet ski, a motorcycle, and his home was packed full of stuff that didn’t need. So, he decided to put his entire life for sale.
Britney Spears' fans don't think the pop star's chewed gum is "Toxic" — they're buying wads of it on eBay. The chewing gum was found at a music concert and was believed to be chewed by Britney Spears as she has been seen chewing gums in public. The gum was sold for 14,000 USD on eBay.
Some viewers weren't happy with Britney Spears, while others defended the star and told trolls to 'get a grip'.
Star Trek actor William Shatner has sold his kidney stone for $25,000 (£14,000) to an online casino, to raise money for a housing charity.
"I want to own it," said Jimmy Kimmel about the Shatner shale on his November 14th show as he interviewed Shatner about his new calcium offspring. "It is the ultimate Star Trek collectible. You know, it's like a real dilithium crystal," Kimmel further stated.
As long as a famous name is attached to a product, there's always that one person who will buy it. In 2010, a random person put a jar of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's alleged breath on eBay.
“It is sort of a joke -- and not," a source close to the superstar couple tells Us Weekly of the vegan, gluten-free, sugar-free product. "He always teases her that she has bad breath."
Scarlett Johansson sold a used tissue online.
The tissue, which she used to blow her nose on US comedian Jay Leno's Tonight Show, has so far attracted more than 64 bids on the auction website eBay. Actress Scarlett Johansson's used tissue has raised $5,300 (NZ$9,316) for charity.
All the money from the sale will go to a hunger-relief charity supported by Johansson. The tissue comes in a bag signed by the actress.