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Saturday, 12 May 2012

QUEEN ELIZABETH II Royal Panties For Sale ... - on eBay -

QUEEN ELIZABETH II Royal Panties For Sale ... - on eBay - 
Queen Elizabeth II -- the Royal Panties

You really can find anything on eBay ... even Queen Elizabeth​'s underwear , which can now be yours ... if you have a few thousand bucks to blow. 

As TMZ previously reported ... the royal panties come from the estate of the late "Baron" Joseph de Bicske Dobronyi ... who wanted to auction them off after he died with the help of a British auction house, Hansons Auctioneers. But it didn't go as planned ...

A rep for the late Baron's estate tells TMZ ... the auction house was difficult to work with. He claims the auction house never gave the item enough publicity and were more concerned with the approval of the royal family than selling the goods. 

We're told the estate was tired of waiting around for Hansons to find them a worthy bid ... so they demanded the underwear back and put them up for sale on eBay for a limited 10-day auction instead. 

Now you can have a piece of the royal family for the low, low starting price of ... $3,999. 

Tally Ho, bidders. 

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German fishermen say - Swimmers' urine to blame for 500 fish deaths -

German fishermen say - Swimmers' urine to blame for 500 fish deaths - 

Swimmers have killed about 500 fish in a northern Germany lake, with their urine causing algae that poisons marine life.
The mass death in the past two weeks has occurred in Eichbaum lake, in the port city of Hamburg, The Local reported.
"Swimmers who urinate in the lake are introducing a lot of phosphate," fishermen's spokesman Manfred Siedler told Bild newspaper. "We're calculating half a liter [0.15 of a gallon] of urine per swimmer per day."
Applying anti-phosphate -- at a reported cost of $667,000 -- hasn't worked, fueling an ongoing feud between fishermen and those who swim in the lake.
Swimmers have been banned from the lake until the algae outbreak is addressed.

Read more: http://www.foxnews.com/world/2012/05/12/swimmers-urine-to-blame-for-500-fish-deaths-german-fishermen-say/?test=latestnews