A snack in the shape of the Loch Ness Monster is on sale on Ebay for more than £630,000.
Another of the Cheetos corn puffs of Nessie is more reasonable at just over £210.
Both are being sold from the USA.
The seller says it is “new” and adds: “This Cheeto reminds me of Nessie the Loch Ness monster; upon examination of the Cheeto, you may or may not think it resembles Nessie, I think it does.
“I did not make this; I found this in the Cheeto bag that I purchased for myself. For legal reasons, I will not take a picture of the original bag, but yes, it will be included.
“I wouldn’t recommend eating this item, it’s more for collective purpose. Will be packaged and shipped with care, but I am not responsible for any damages that occur during shipping.
“I offer overnight shipping for the Cheeto.
“Cheetos are fragile; please remain mindful to its delicate condition. It’s appearance will change as time progresses; I highly recommend you purchase now while it’s still in good, presentable condition.
“Will provide measurements upon inquiry. The pictures with the white background are the most recent pictures of the Cheeto.
“Please feel free to message me, serious inquires only.
“Must purchase at $100,000 or higher to own one of the worlds most expensive Cheetos; maybe you can set a world record! Final sale; absolutely no returns, please purchase with confidence.”
The other Nessie Cheeto is for sale at £217.54 and the seller says it “stands up vertically”.
Unusual eBay listings of years gone by
Of course, this isn’t the first time an unusual food item has been listed on the popular auction site.
In 2000, toast partly eaten by pop superstar Justin Timberlake sold for over $1,000 and in 2004 a half-eaten 10-year-old cheese toastie that was said to resemble the Virgin Mary swapped hands for a whopping $28,000.
Closer to home back in 2017, a pancake that had an uncanny resemblance to the profile of former US president Donald Trump was found in Fife.
The batter-based breakfast treat was shared on Facebook but did not make its way to eBay, as far as we’re aware.