A 16-inch diamond necklace, which went through the digestive system of a jewel thief, is being auctioned on eBay by its owner who hopes it is famous enough to make big money.
According to Reuters, the necklace, which is studded with 83 diamonds, was found by police in Boca Raton, Florida after X-raying the suspect who had swallowed the valuables.
The man was later charged with grand theft and the necklace was returned to Lee Mendelson, owner of the Harold's Jewellers store.
Mendelson explained that the necklace became a celebrity after the incident was widely reported in the news.
"We have been getting so much attention over the matter, that we decided to auction the item on eBay," he said.
The necklace has been sterilised, boiled and cleaned with alcohol and jewellery cleaner.
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