What better way to cope with the election aftermath than with your very own naked Donald Trump statue?
One of the glorious nude works of art depicting the president-elect that popped up around the country including in Los Angeles and New York City this summer hit the online auction block on eBay Thursday.
At the time of publication, the highest current bid was $10,000, with a target price of $50,000.
“You are bidding on the pop art icon nude statue of National Republican Presidential Candidate Donald Trump,” the product description said.
“This statue is the last remaining one. Own your own piece of history! There were 6 statues that were erected and displayed in various cities around the United States. Others have been destroyed, as seen in the pictures,” it continued. “One is even locked up and impounded in San Francisco, poor Donald!”
“Warning*** this statue does display a ‘small’ hence of nudity,” the seller added.
As you may recall, Naked Trump mania took over America in August. The statues were the work of an art collective known as INDECLINE, which called the collection, “The Emperor Has No Balls.”
The group was partly inspired by “The Emperor’s New Clothes,” the short story by Hans Christian Andersen about a leader who was promised a fine suit that could only be seen by the wise. The emperor then paraded around the town naked, and everyone pretended to be able to see the suit until a child cried out that the man was naked.
“Like it or not, Trump is a larger-than-life figure in world culture at the moment,” a spokesman for INDECLINE told the Washington Post at the time. “Looking back in history, that’s how those figures were memorialized and idolized in their time — with statues.”