The ad, seeking a tenant in the Canadian city of St John's, has been described as a reminder that racism is "still alive and well."
"I was about to eat it, and I thought I better save it for later," Stuart told the Australia news outlet 9News.
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The tongues on the terrycloth shoes feature Towelie's eyes which become bloodshot when exposed to the sun.
On eBay, the shoes, which were designed by MSCHF and feature a pentagram pendant, a Bible verse about Satan's fall from heaven and a drop of human blood, are selling for prices ranging from $2,500 to $10,000. The shoes were initially released at a selling price of $1,018.
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"We have a strict policy against hate and discrimination to ensure our platform remains a safe, trusted and inclusive environment for our global community of buyers and sellers," the company said in an email on Thursday.
Dr. Seuss Enterprises announced on Tuesday that it will be ceasing publication of several of the children's author's books, because of racially insensitive content.
The app has surged in popularity this year after appearances by Tesla boss Elon Musk and Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg, but remains invite-only. A black market for invites has now emerged.
The 9-inch crocheted creation replicates the image of Sanders from Inauguration Day which has since been shared widely on social media as the "Bernie Sanders mittens" meme.
Green Monday marks 10 days for "pre-Christmas" shipping and delivery. There will likely be deals for inexpensive, fast shipping.
Inventory checker PopFindr says that some Target stores have PS5 stock available to purchase via the Target app.
There are dozens of PS5 consoles listed on the website for thousands of dollars more than the original price of $499.
Hundreds of items promoting the conspiracy theory, including Halloween costumes for children, are listed on the retailers' websites.
The online marketplace said it is reviewing the merchandise and removing items found to be in violation of its company policy.
A 10-month investigation found a small fetus that appeared well-preserved had been advertised on Facebook, listed for $2,350 and described as a "retired medical specimen."
The card is believed to be one of the only three Jordan PMG Greens card to be in circulation.
EBay accused Amazon of abusing the auction site's internal email system to try to persuade sellers to switch.
HR manager Claire Oliver sold her gift bag for tens of thousands just three days after the big day. She wasn't the only one.
Amazon launched its Black Friday Store, featuring discounts on Amazon Echo, Echo Dot and Fire TV on the first of the month.
Pre-orders for the $999 iPhone X sold out in minutes, leading to six-week delays.