It’s a long time since I’ve seen a high profile case of naked bodies on an eBay auction, but there’s an example doing the rounds at the moment.
The practice is called “Reflectoporn“, and one of the earliest cases was a naked man reflected in the kettle he was selling, and every so often a few new examples turn up. As in the latest case, it’s normal for the perpetrator to deny all knowledge and declare that it was accidental, especially when eBay then cancel your listing.
This time it’s the turn of 21 year old Aimi Jones to post her near naked image on eBay. Whilst you can easily find the image on the Internet we thought we’d spare Ms Jones any further embarrassment and cover her modesty in the screen shot.
…But not quite enough embarrassment to prevent her reposting the listing for the size 10 ASOS yellow skater dress she was selling. The only difference is that this time she’s covered herself with a donkey jacket, although it’s obvious from the latest image that she’s still in a state of undress underneath the coat.
Why people do this I don’t know. Do people really suddenly decide half way though changing that now would be a great time to grab the camera to sell their dress? How many naked ladies are running around their homes in bras and no knickers taking photos and listing on eBay?