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Casino brands eBay cleavage woman
Corporate assets out for the lads
Online gambling outfit Golden Palace yesterday took temporary charge of the substantial assets which it recently secured for £422 on a eBay auction, viz; the legally-displayable portion of 27-year-old Angel Brammer’s 42GG breasts. For fifteen days the Glaswegian lass will proudly display Golden Palace's temporary tattoo - applied by a local artist who must think that Xmas has come early.
The rental agreement marks a new high for Golden Palace, which has pretty well cornered the "ridiculous eBay auction" market. The company already owns the now-legendary Virgin Mary in a toasted cheese sandwich, for which it forked out $28,000 (£15,000), as well as "a haunted walking cane bought for $65,000 USD (£35,000), a child's bumper sticker for $10,700 USD (£5,700), and a Weeping Jesus Rock for $2,550 USD (£1,300)!" as the breathless press release puts it.
Angel's reaction to her mams now forming part of Golden Palace's swelling portfolio was suitably corporate: "eBay seemed to be the place to find interesting stuff. I’m delighted that the winning bid was by GoldenPalace.com. They seem to be innovative and fun," she said, before whipping out her billboards for the benefit of a baying pack of hacks and paparazzi:
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