Remember that time Farrah Abraham's sex tape bikini went up for sale on eBay -- and bidding got up to almost $15,000? That was cool. But you know what was even cooler? When eBay took the "used" bikini off the site, because it has never been washed.
According to TMZ, eBay sent Vivid Entertainment (who put the swimsuit up for auction on the site) an email, saying: "Due to health and hygiene concerns our policy does not allow used clothing to be listed on the site unless the item has been washed first."
AKA, they didn't want someone catching a nasty case of something on their watch. And who could blame them? And who could want a used bikini? Gross!
If you remember -- or perhaps if you bid -- the description on Farrah's bikini sale boasted signs of "wear and tear" such as self-tanner stains and glitter from Farrah's body lotion. The listing stated: "Farrah's bikini ... straight off Farrah's body and into your hands." That's a health and hygiene concern all right.
Now, I can't say I'm incredibly shocked that some creepo wanted the Teen Mom's bathing suit, ah, unwashed, but when you think about it -- that's really gross and super unsanitary. No thanks on any used bathing suit -- especially one that was worn by someone who recently starred in a sex tape.
eBay did the right thing, taking down the bikini sale. But if I were a betting woman, I'd say that that bad boy will be back up on the site in no time. However, I doubt it will be worth as much washed. I don't think cleanliness is what the people bidding on it are after.
Would you buy a used bathing suit?
Image via Vivid Entertainment