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Britney's half-eaten sarnie regurgitates onto eBay

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Britney's half-eaten sarnieLovers of pop memorabilia who also have a penchant for egg salad sarnies would do well to drop everything and rush down to eBay where an enterprising waiter is flogging an example of the latter as partially consumed by highly-talented and highly-pregnant popstress Britney Spears.

Bidding currently stands at $207.50, and for the price you get said sandwich plus a half-eaten corn dog as enjoyed by Brit's boyf Kevin Federline - hot from an unspecified "private music industry event" where the vendor was working the a-list tables.

Naturally, both items have been "professionally vacuum sealed" to preserve them for "years and years", but we reckon the only possible use for these particular items is to unseal them, extract a fragment of Spear's DNA and use it to create a clone army of Britneys in the manner of the Boys From Brazil.

Quite what purpose this diabolical experiment might serve we'll leave up to you, and to be honest the only Britney sandwich we're interested in is one which also involves Christina Aguilera and Natalie Portman. Now that's worth 200 bucks of anyone's money. ®

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