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Buy the water from Mo Farah’s ice bath, if you’re feeling extra creepy

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Some odd Olympic memorabilia is often for sale -- like a gnome on a pommel horse -- but this one may take the cake. Mo Farah won two golds for Great Britain in London, and now water that he took an ice bath in is for sale.

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From eBay seller rklassman:

Buy at own risk.This is only water that I hope to have been scooped out of Mo Farah's ice bath and placed into this water bottle after his 2012 olympic win. Impossible to authenticate buy at own risk. Their was ice in the bottle but it has melted. My apologizes :(

For some reason, no one has bit on the starting bid of $1,000.

I can't be the only one who finds this a little bit ... creepy? Yes, the man is a gold-medal winner, but taking water from his ice bath borders on some bizarre behavior.

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