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Matt Damon’s dessert up for auction

The ultimate gift for the Matt Damon fan is now available: a crème puff partially eaten by the Hollywood hottie — as well as a fork that was actually in his mouth.
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The ultimate gift for the Matt Damon fan is now available: a crème puff partially eaten by the Hollywood hottie — as well as a fork that was actually in his mouth.

“His DNA is on it (too bad we can’t clone yet!)” the seller boasts in the posting on the Belgium version of eBay. “This is a rare opportunity Matt had the fork in his mouth!!!! Never been washed.”

The seller apparently worked on “The Good Shepherd,” a film set to be released next year starring Damon and Angelina Jolie, and he or she promises to send a pay stub to help establish the provenance of the crème puff. The opening bid is $200, and the item is just the latest in a spate of celeb-chomped items to be offered to the public; Britney Spears’s used chewing gum was recently hawked on line.

“This is 100% real and is the prop eaten on screen,” promises the seller. “GREAT COLLECTORS ITEM, whether you keep the crème puff or not, you have the ORIGINAL PROP from the movie which is sure to be an OSCAR nominated film….”

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