Paul Walker's Sunglasses and Debris From Crash Site Put Up For Auction
The sunglasses worn by Fast and Furious actor Paul Walker on the day he died in a horror smash have been put up for auction.
The glasses are part of a lot that also includes debris from the crash site and a fire extinguisher allegedly used to try and save the 40-year-old actor's life, which has been put up for sale on auction site bidAMI.com. The information supplied on the site claims that the owner of the macabre items was at the scene "for information and assistance" and had not known who the sunglasses belonged to when he removed them from the area.
"As the consigner walked the scene in disbelief and grief, he found a pair of sunglasses nearby in the ivy. After showing one of the officers, he was waved off. The glasses were dirty so he wrapped them in a handkerchief and put them in his pocket. He also found some residual debris nearby which he kept in memorandum," it read.
The popular actor died in a single car accident with friend Roger Rodas in November, leaving behind a 15-year-old daughter.
Bids on the lot had reached $1,572 at the time of writing and while the site claims that a portion of the eventual sale revenue will go to charity, we cannot put into words how inappropriate we think this is.