Police sell off Fifty Shades of Grey DVDs and leather stirrups among 96 uncanny …
October 15, 2015 - Fifty Shades of Grey
Cops are offered off DVDs of 50 Shades of Grey on eBay…along with leather stirrups and reins, it can be suggested today.
Sussex Police set adult a possess eBay.co.uk comment – Sussex Police Property Disposals – in Jun this year to whip off rigging from a mislaid and seized skill stores.
And this week, among a 96 equipment on offer, embody dual copies of a suacy subjugation film starring Jamie Dornan and Dakota Johnson.
One duplicate has captivated only one bid and is currently offered for only 99p, with 6 days left to snap it up.
The other duplicate has had 5 bids, with a top bid during £2.85, for a auction that ends this Thursday.
Listed among a other 96 equipment are a fibre of other equipment subjugation users competence snap up, including a span of leather stirrups for only 99p, that has so distant captivated no bids.
Another bit of pack on sale is a leather strap and bend used in equestrianism, on sale for 99p, and a variety of leather straps labelled ‘pony reins’, that has had dual bids and is now offered for Â£2.75.
Other equipment on sale embody razors, perfumes, a spark bucket and paintings.
The eBay account is run by cops during Brighton military station.
Local Richard Collins, 31, said: “I had a demeanour during a site as we wanted a new bike, and afterwards we saw a 50 Shades of Grey DVDs and a leather gear.
“Someone into a bit of subjugation is going to think all their Christmases have come during once – and get a discount into a deal.”
“I consider I’ll give a leather and buckles a skip yet – we don’t wish my beloved removing any ideas.”
Property Team Leader Natalie Tipler said: “The infancy of a equipment that we will be offered are mislaid or seized property, some of that has been in a store for years.
“We are offered some unequivocally surprising equipment like paintings, Victorian coronet doorway knobs and we have a selected coronet spark skip that are due to be listed over a subsequent few days.
“We’ve also sole a travel sign, foot scraper and garden ornament, it’s extraordinary what people wish to buy and what is one person’s junk is another person’s treasure.
“There are some things, of course, we can’t sell like tobacco and alcohol. We do make certain that all we sell is genuine and not counterfeit, like engineer clothes, watches and perfume.
“All a income done goes behind in a Police Property Act Fund that goes towards assisting communities in Sussex and with a commission entrance behind to a dialect to account this project.”