SMH. People would really buy anything on the internet.

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The shirt originally belonged to a man by the name of Jay Hastings, a concierge that worked in the building right where John Lennon was shot on December 8, 1980. Jay wrapped his white shirt around Lennon’s back-wounds trying to stop the bleeding but, like we all know, the famous Beatle died that night.

At first, the shirt was being sold for $9,000. It’s not surprising to find out that the price got jacked up to $40,000 in an instant.

What do you guys think?

Would you buy it if you had the money? Is this too weird? Or should it just be in a museum? Let us know in the comments.