NEWS SOURCE: Buys Divine Dumpling on eBay

POINT PLACE, OH – August 16 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) — Adding to an already eclectic collection of religious oddities and other weird items, online casino paid $1,775 USD to win an eBay auction for a pierogi that bears the image of Jesus Christ.

Caption: The face of jesus seen here in the ‘holy pierogi.’

The seller, Donna Lee, said the Jesus face appeared when she was cooking Polish dumplings for Easter dinner at her home in Point Place, a Toledo suburb on Lake Erie. She’s kept it in her freezer ever since.

“We’ll keep buying these items as long as people are interested in them,” said CEO Richard Rowe. “Like the Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese Sandwich that we bought, the pierogi also bears a very distinct impression of a divine image. It’s obvious there’s huge interest in this item as the eBay auction page received nearly 50,000 visitors. The pierogi is the perfect addition to our collection, and people will be able to see it for themselves when we take our museum on tour.”

The casino has made headlines worldwide with eBay purchases such as the Virgin Mary Grilled Cheese Sandwich, Pope Benedict XVI’s previously owned 1999 Volkswagen Golf, and Britney Spears’ Used Pregnancy Test, as well as their innovative ad tattoo on the bodies of sports figures, celebrities, and even animals.

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Original Story ID: (665) :: 2005-08-0816-004

Original Keywords:, golden palace, perogi, jesus christ, ebay, auction, internet casino, holy pierogi, Donna Lee, Divine Dumpling on eBay

NEWS SOURCE: | Published: 2005-08-16 14:13:00

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