People have been bidding £65,000 for an ‘upside down’ £5 note

People have been bidding £65,000 for an ‘upside down’ £5 note
 

Mike Harris thought he was taking the piss when he put an ‘upside down’ £5 note on eBay.
These tiny dogs are not scared of a huge grizzly bear But the 54-year-old didn’t quite take into account that this is 2016 and spending outrageous sums on a fiver is very much in vogue.
Indeed, the craze has built up into such a frenzy that people are even placing ironic bids on rare notes because, let’s face it, that’s the world we live in.
Case in point being Mike’s clearly prank eBay listing which was selling for £65,000 off over 60 bids.
The Navy veteran, from Cwmbran in Wales, had put the ‘rare... read more

 
18 October 2016 in Hot News, Views: 41
Source: Metro
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