A Cheetos crisp in the shape of the Loch Ness Monster has gone on sale on eBay – for a staggering £630,000.
The seller stipulated that there would be ‘no returns’, and urged bidders to ‘buy with confidence’ as they put in their offer on the incredibly expensive crisp.
As the Daily Star reports, there are two crisps in the shape of the Loch Ness Monster available – and the other is more reasonably priced at £210.
Both are being sold in the USA, and the seller of the pricier one said that if it sells, it could become one of the most expensive crisps ever sold.
In the eBay advert, the seller said: “This Cheeto reminds me of Nessie the Loch Ness Monster. I wouldn’t recommend eating this item… it will be packaged and shipped with care. Please feel free to message me, serious inquires only.
“Must purchase at $100,000 or higher to own one of the world’s most expensive Cheetos; maybe you can set a world record!
“Final sale; absolutely no returns, please purchase with confidence.”
Meanwhile, sightings of a ‘Loch Ness Monster’ have been on the rise in Cornwall as locals claim the coast is being stalked by a huge surviving species of plesiosaur.
Sightings of the mystical creature in waters off the Duchy have been on the increase adding to the belief of the existence of a long-necked legendary creature called ‘Morgawr’ – Cornish for sea giant.
Despite one leading scientist casting doubt on the existing evidence – with only grainy photographs in existence – many locals remain convinced it is real.
It has been described at various points as like a large snake, a “hideous hump-backed creature” a “long-necked sea monster and “an elephant waving its trunk.”