David Cameron Is Being Auctioned Off On eBay 'For Parts Or Not Working'

Lucky bidders have been offered the chance to buy their very own prime minister.

An internet jokester has put prime minister David Cameron up for sale on eBay.

At least, we're assuming it's a prank - unless Samantha has gotten sick of him or the Conservative Party are having a clear out.


Sadly, the killjoys at eBay have deleted the listing because it might not be totally real.

Before it was removed from the site, the listing's description read: “Used Prime Minister. No longer needed. Needs a bit of TLC. No box or instructions. Buyer must collect. Seller not prepared to touch item. Pick up from central London, address will be supplied on completion of sale. Buyer must arrange own transport.”

The auction had 153 bids with one buyer offering the price of £65,900 for the PM.

It was posted by eBay user blackteabowl, who risked a history of 100% positive feedback for the prank.

The listing came to light shortly after Labour MP Dennis Skinner hit the headlines when he was ejected from the House of Commons for referring to the PM as "Dodgy Dave".

The quip broke the parliamentary rules about naming fellow members, and should have been worded "Dodgy Right Honourable Member For Witney" to comply with Westminster protocol.

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