Not only is one of these shirts currently on sale on eBay for $150,000, but people have already offered to pay that much for it. (Did we mention it's a second-hand shirt?) As eBay makes clear, there are very strict conditions under which one can retract a bid, meaning the multiple six-figure offers are likely serious.
The T-shirt, which Nike manufactured long before the April 15 Boston bombings to commemorate two series wins by the Yankees over the Red Sox, features the words "Boston Massacre" in blood-spattered capital letters.
The question is: Where would you ever wear this now?
UPDATE April 25, 5:50pm: A spokesman from eBay said the company had pulled the shirt from its website on Thursday for violating its offensive materials policy, the Associated Press reported.
(h/t Adrian Chen)