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15th Jan 2013 12:53pm | By Dan Thorne
A woman who listed her dress on the online auction site eBay has gained fame online for her unintentional nakedness in the mirror of her wardrobe.
The mystery seller, who goes under the username 'sugartit_2', put the mustard yellow Asos dress up for bidding with a photo taken on her smartphone camera.
Unfortunately, her wardrobe mirror revealed that she was wearing nothing but a black bra. The eBay listing was shared on Twitter with the hash tag #ebayyellowskaterdress.
Since the slip-up, sugartit_2 has re-listed the now infamous dress to capitalise on the trend - and bids have reached a staggering £150,000+
She helpfully describes the dress saying "A MUST HAVE! As seen by thousands. Never worn naked. Needs a good home."
A nice little earner...was it accidental? Or was this a cheeky way of getting more bids?
Below are some of the reactions on Twitter.
Apparently accidentally picturing yourself naked makes you 150K +. #ebayyellowskaterdress— Jordan Dingle (@JordanDingle) January 15, 2013
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