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We're not quite sure what to make of this auction on Oz eBay - bit of a jolly jape or nasty racist poke? Rest assured, though, it won't last five minutes once the powers that be get wind of it:

Description: 24 Small Children that come with their original warranty papers, clothing etc.. 8 of them have over-sized heads, and were supposed to be called back, but never were.

All are ages 2-5, and have had as many years experience in the Japanese language. All of the children above age 3 have already had training in factories owned by Disney, making Donald Duck Velcro wallets. I am asking £340 dollars a head for this bunch, or take them all for £5,000!

Also available - GRAB BAG! Receive in your grab bag: 3 random children and a fun, free mystery prize. Shipping costs vary depending on order size and how large my friend Eggers and I have to make the wooden box. Boxes range from £35 to £80 dollars, food, water and air holes cost extra.

Well, readers must decide for themselves. Bidding currently stands at a righteous $0 with four days left to run. Full details on the vendor are available here. ®

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