London, July 4 (ANI): A jumper from the days when late King of Pop Michael Jackson used to be a part of ‘Jackson 5’ has fetched a whopping 36,000 pounds on eBay.
Fans have been flocking the online auction site to bid for exclusive Jacko memorabilia.
A signed trademark black Fedora hat, which Jackson once gave to a backing dancer, was selling for 8,000 pounds on the website.
An official Neverland theme park T-shirt had raised 3,000 pounds, reports The Sun.
In fact, a torn-off piece of Jacko’s jacket sleeve thrown into the crowd at a 2006 Earl’s Court gig was priced at 23 pounds.
A rare Neverland ticket was going for 656 pounds, while a blank piece of park notepaper was up to 78 pounds.
Fans were snapping up tickets from old Jackson concerts, and stubs for the planned dates at London’s O2 arena were already going for more than 10 pounds. (ANI)