I'm not sure who in their right mind would buy stuff like this, but if you want, you can now buy a tiny bit of Mike Tyson's shit.
There's a Los Angeles based company called Celebrity Skin and Bodily Fluids that actually hawks the, uh, remnants of celebrities and two well known sports figures.
For Mike Tyson, his fecal matter goes for $31, his skin cells for $12.75, and his bacteria for $6.75. The shit is a bargain, but the bacteria, totally overpriced. Just be careful folks:
- For fecal and urine specimens, you will receive 2.0-3.0 cubic centimeters of specimen packaged in a hermetically-sealed transparent plastic cylinder (about the size of a film canister). The contents will be clearly visible through the cylinder. We do not recommend opening the cylinder after purchase, and we cannot be held liable for any injuries you sustain from engaging in this highly risky behavior.
Just so you know, Tyson doesn't get a dime for this. Well, I think he doesn't, but who knows, he's pretty desperate at this point.
Now I know what you're wondering. Is this legal? Let me have the web site answer that for you:
- Yes. Federal laws simply require that our samples not create an immediate threat of injury or disease propagation. Our fecal matter, urine, saliva, and sweat specimens are hermetically sealed in unbreakable plastic containers to prevent any unwanted personal injury. Bacteria and skin cells are sealed within heavy-duty glass microscope slides.