Michael Jackson's Moonwalk Video Glove Sells For $400,000!

Funny story written by Abel Rodriguez

Monday, 23 November 2009

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A photo that was taken of the famous Michael Jackson Pepsi commercial fire in 1984.

REDONDO BEACH, California - The glove that Michael Jackson wore in his Moonwalk video has been auctioned off for an unbelievable $400,000.

The buyer of the infamous glove is Hong Kong businessman Jing Fu Mingsong, owner of Mingsong's Fire Drill Service as well as Jing's Rickshaw Rentals.

When asked what he plans on doing with the coveted glove, Mingsong said that he wants to set up a tour where the glove will travel throughout the world and be seen by millions of Michael Jackson's fans.

Mingsong said that he will probably have the glove join the tour of some of his other recently purchased memorabilia such as Napoleon's French cuisine boxer shorts, a moustache comb that Adolf Hitler used on a daily basis, and a douche bag that reportedly belonged to Lady Godiva.

Mr. Mingsong says that he owns other Michael Jackson memorabilia such as a small clump of singed hair from the filming of the Pepsi commercial in 1984 in which Jackson's head caught fire.

He also has a pair of sneakers that were given to child actor Macaulay Culkin by Jackson on Valentine's Day in 1992.

The pair of size 6 sneakers are autographed on the left sneaker's tongue with the inscription: Dear Mac, don't forget to remember, Shhhhhhhhhh. Jacko Lantern.

In non-related news. Actor Tom Hanks has just signed to star in the new MGM movie based on the life of Smokey the Bear. The film is entitled, 'Forest Dump.'

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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