Takers, anyone? We doubt if you had a similar fetish like famous Miami playboy named “Baron” Joseph de Bicske Dobronyi a.k.a Sepy, who by some twist of faith came in possession (we think he stole) of the undergarments worn by Queen Elizabeth II. Of course, (Sepy) lore has it that the queen had left these extremely unsexy-looking lingerie on board of a private plane during her visit to Chile in 1968. Which,Sepy found and kept safe (and by the looks of these garments well cared for too) for 40 years! And now the same, unwashed and unused (hopefully!) pair is up on sale by his estate. Will it sell? Of course it would. The estate is planning to offer them up to the same auction house that sold Queen Victoria’s UGs back in 2008, for a hopeful price of around $9,000.
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