The bank of England today announced it would be holding a car boot sale to raise much needed funds.
Punters would be able to purchase items ranging from pens on chains to an ATM machine.
Bank chairman Sir Alfred P. Moneybags said "We believe we will be able to raise some much needed capital to aid the ailing economy"
This is the latest line in money raising schemes for the bank following on the success of their bring your savings to work scheme, a sponsored queue event and the shave a colleague day.
The bank hopes to raise in the region of £2.4 billion pounds with their latest scheme.