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Expensive Garbage: Messi’s used tissue sells for a whopping $1 Million

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Lionel Messi, the 34-year-old scoring leader of Argentina and Barcelona, broke down while delivering his speech to bid farewell to his childhood team after the club stated that it could no longer keep it and allegedly accused La Liga of fair play rules.

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Soccer Football – Lionel Messi holds an FC Barcelona press conference – 1899 Auditorium, Camp Nou, Barcelona, Spain – August 8, 2021 Lionel Messi during the press conference REUTERS/Albert Gea

But unexpectedly, the tissue used by Lionel Messi during his Barcelona departure conference is out for auction at a whopping $1 million.

Anonymous puts up used tissue for sale

According to reports, a used tissue has been put up for sale by an anonymous seller with claims that it has been used by Lionel Messi during his FC Barcelona departure press conference.

Also read: Story of the prodigy Leo Messi: Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain

Reportedly, the tissue had been used by the Argentinian striker to blow his nose and wipe his tears during his emotional conference. Currently, the infamous tissue is now selling for $1 million.

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Ridiculous advertising strategies

Despite the price of the ‘expensive garbage’ the anonymous seller claims that he will be selling the tissue for an astonishing amount on several other websites.

Also read: Lionel Messi ‘agrees to join Paris Saint-Germain’ after leaving Barcelona

Reportedly, the individual picked up the used tissue after the end of the conference that announced Messi’s move to Paris Saint-Germain F.C.

Moreover, the anonymous seller also states the reason for the overpricing, saying that the value of the tissue contains Lionel Messi’s “genetic material” which can be used to make a clone of Messi himself.

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