Wife Auctions off Cheating Husband's 'Yu-Gi-Oh!' Collection for Millions of Yen

The most recent story coming out of Japan is sure to turn some heads, or perhaps, teach loved ones a lesson. An extremely enviable set of Yu-Gi-Oh! cards have hit the Japan’s Yahoo! Auctions, but this time the collectible cards are not released by the owner himself.

The auction is set up by a man’s devoted wife, who has recently discovered he was cheating on her. The listing includes a total of 26 multi-pack boxes of Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards, with 25 of them appearing to be unopened. The set includes a series of early launches, including packs from Magic Ruler, Pharoah’s Servant, Curse of Anubis, Mythological Age, Thousand Eyes Bible and Spell of Mask booster sets.

The seller posted a message accompanying the collection, “This is my first listing on Yahoo! Auctions. As an act of revenge against my husband for cheating on me, I have decided to sell his collection. The items are unopened, so I’d be happy if I can get a good price for these…The boxes have been on a shelf with a cover over them, so they aren’t even dusty. I don’t have much familiarity with collectible card games, but to my untrained eyes the items have no damage or tearing, so please accept their condition as-is. Thank you.”

Since the opening bid of just approximately $1 USD, there have been 350 total bids placed. The price has been driven up to approximately $62,800 USD as of the writing.

Those interested can check out at the auction in action online at Yahoo! Auctions.

In other trading card news, Topps debuted its first NFT baseball card collection.
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