Bid now! Jose Canseco selling severed finger on eBay

In the true American entrepreneurial spirit, former baseball player Jose Conseco is attempting to sell the severed finger he accidentally shot during a gun cleaning accident last month. Attempts to save the injured digit failed and the smelly finger simply fell off during a poker game last week.

Of course, it’s not known if Conseco will, in fact, be using eBay to sell the finger. While the website does prohibit the sale of human body parts and remains, including (but not limited to) blood, bones and body fluids, it doesn’t expressly prohibit the sale of a former pro ball player’s severed finger, which in essence could be considered a collector’s item.

Regardless, it would sure make an interesting ad.

[Death and Taxes]

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