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Naked eBay Seller Reposts Dress, Creates Bidding Frenzy

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Aimi Jones may regret posting a naked photo of herself on eBay, but the mistake may pay off. The naked eBay seller reposted her Asos Yellow Skater Dress, and she may end up making more than $160,000.

Jones originally posted the dress earlier this week. In her original posting, Jones can be seen naked in a reflection to the side of the photo. Jones can still be seen in the new posting, but this time she’s wearing clothes.

Jones said:

“I put it on eBay last Saturday morning and realized straight away so I ended the sale … But what I didn’t realize was that people could still see it on the site. I reported it to eBay and they took it down, but by then it had gone viral. I’ve had messages from Australia and the US saying nice things but there are some nutters.”

The Inquisitr wrote earlier that Jones may have made a mistake when she posted a naked image of herself, but there are several eBay users who purposefully sneak naked images into their sales. The eBay users are typically exhibitionists, but Jones may have found a way to turn naked photos into money. Okay, so it’s not exactly a new idea, but it’s still surprising that Jones may net more than $160,000 for an item that was originally listed for about $15.

The eBay auction for the yellow ASOS skater dress ends in about 30 minutes, so, if you have $160,000 and some strange fetish for viral dresses, you can bid on the dress here.

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You can read the original story about the naked eBay seller, and see the photo, here.

UPDATE: Your change to own this used dress is over.

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11 Responses to “Naked eBay Seller Reposts Dress, Creates Bidding Frenzy”

  1. Josh Howard

    there are pictures of naked women and girls all over the internet FOR FREE… and block out their heads and they pretty much all look the same… if you're interested, I have a lot of used closes and I'll include some pictures of naked women… for the mere price of $1,000.00.

  2. Sherry Porter Young

    I was just going to say the same thing. I used to sell on Ebay all the time. She'll never get it lol.

  3. Anonymous

    This disgusts me. It isn't the lady's fault the bidding got this high but I truly hope she doesn't get paid such a high amount of money merely because of the nude mishap. It's horrifying someone would pay that much for the dress merely because of the photo. I hope the bids are a hoax but I will feel sorry for her if she ends up with non-paying bidder as that just isn't right to do to her.