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The vendor of a green 1996 MG MGF is likely to attract a fair bit of attention to his eBay auction after partially flashing his dangly bits on the world's favourite tat bazaar:

Man photographs self with dangly bits exposed

This lunchtime, the semi-naked sports convertible owner wrote:

Please note one of the pictures uploaded was NOT meant to be!

I cant delete it (wish I could) apologies ,I feel some what embarrassed.

Too right - that's an iPhone, isn't it? You should be bloody ashamed of yourself. ®

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We've pixellated the poor bloke's face here in the expectation that the original snap will swiftly disappear from eBay, and his modesty will be restored.

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