FORGET the amazing 1960s era Monaro, the quad bike or the vintage bikes – we’re loving tomorrow’s WA Police forfeited and unclaimed property auction for its more “unique” items.
We’ve listed our ten favourite crappy items here.
1 Three seashells (one broken)
An essential buy for anyone who yearns for the relaxing noise of the ocean but with no time to visit the beach.
2 Canvas shopping bags and a small beige outdoor cushion
No need to fret about the plastic bag ban, here are some amazing reusable bags. The MKR bag is practically a collectable.
3 An ant plant holder, broken owl statuette and vase
For those still devastated about not getting a letter to Hogwarts – console yourself with a broken owl statue that kinda, sorta looks like Hedwig and an ant with a plant.
4 More owls
People who are scared of owls are called ochlophobics, so here is a collection perfect for ochlotragicums.
5 A box of springs
Do you need something to give you a bit of bounce in the morning? Forget the cup of coffee, here’s a box of springs.
6 A broken VB scoreboard
It can’t keep score anymore, but that doesn’t diminish the charm of this Very Best branded scoreboard.
7 Impulse body spray
Smell like the 90s with this collection of Impulse body spray – even better, take it into the office and give your workmates migraines.
8 Multiple lots of foreign currency
You…… might be getting a bargain. We don’t know it’s Friday afternoon and we can’t be bothered checking the exchange rate.
9 Swan Pendant
You can now wear your love for WA and colonialism around your neck. This necklace commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Swan River colony.
10 A briefcase of bike parts
Look like a busy professional executive by walking around with this briefcase, no one will ever know it’s full of bike parts!
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