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Britney's half-eaten sarnieOnline gambling outfit Golden Palace Casino has confirmed its status as the world's leading consumer of eBay tat by securing the half-eaten Britney Spears egg salad sandwich for a modest $520.

The partially-consumed nosh was offered, along with a rare Kevin Federline corn dog collectible, by a waiter who'd been working the tables at a "private music industry event".

A Golden Palace press release mentioned the possibility of cloning Britney - something we at Vulture Central had already explored.

Accordingly, the invoice is in the post and if Golden Palace pays up within 30 days we'll throw in a melted lard simulacrum which bears an uncanny resemblance to a nude Halle Berry mud wrestling with Janet Jackson. ®

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