If you go on eBay, you can find some strange stuff to buy. And if you’re a memorabilia collector like I am, you can go down a rabbit hole of some bizarre things on the site. One limit I have is not buying things that come from other humans, but some don’t and one such person bought a couple strands of hair from WWE wrestler Sasha Banks.

Yeah, that might sound creepy and gross (and you would be correct), but someone not only listed this on eBay, someone paid $39.99 for two strands of hair. And before anyone let’s their mind wander, the hair wasn’t obtained through any illegal or stalking ways, the seller bought one of her shirts from a WWE charity auction that she wore on a Raw episode and there were a couple distinctive purple strands of hair on the shirt.

The listing has been offline since the auction is over but Uproxx was able to get the description of the item.

*This auction is for the Sasha Banks 2 hair strands only, does not include signed tshirt these hair pieces were found enbedded in.

This auction includes two stands of purple hair from WWE superstar Sasha Banks. I found these strands weaved into the connors cure tshirt I purchased on WWE auction. I pulled them out and placed in a bag. These are from the 9/18/17 Raw episode when Sasha comes out to block Alexa Bliss from leaving the match against Nia Jacks [Jax].

This auction is for the hair strands only, not the signed ring worn tshirt.

I promise all pieces were pulled from shirt after inspection upon opening. I assure the strands belonged to Sasha Banks on raw 9/18 when she worn this shirt which can be proven by watching or viewing the authenticity of the ring worn tshirt by WWE.

I don’t know who would want to pay $40 for a couple strands of hair. I don’t even think I want to know the kind of person who would want that but it seems they are having a great start to 2018.

[Uproxx]

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