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Somebody bid $15k on a bottle signed by water-bottle flip kid

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Update, March 27, 1:50 PM ET: According to Sam Chuong, the seller behind the bottle listing, the highest bid is a scam. He has since re-posted a new listing, which had reached a whopping $11,100 at the time of posting. Our original story appears below.

Turns out, it pays to be water-bottle flip kid. Or, at the very least, it pays to be an eBay seller auctioning off signed bottles from water-bottle flip kid.

On eBay, a listing advertising “Mike Senatore’s ‘Flip Heard Around the World’ Water Bottle SIGNED” reached a $15,100 bid before closing. This is an absurd amount to offer to pay for a Kirkland Signature plastic water bottle.  Read more…

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