Farrah Fawcett‘s hair is advertised for sale on a celebrity sales website and although not authenticated, it’s got a lot of people up in arms.
Mela Murphy, Farrah’s friend and hairdresser of 20 years, is shocked and unsure how the lonely lock of hair was found and came to be for sale.
“Who would it be?” she questioned. “Wow, I am stunned. I hope this person is not trying to be funny.”
The website lists the hair, with a $1000 price tag, as a “one time Novelty item from the 70’s” and makes a bawdy suggestion that give hair cloning a whole new meaning.
“Someday the technology will be available, and you might be able to create your very own angel,” the ad reads.
Even celebrity blogger Perez Hilton reckons it’s disrespectful.
“Let’s all leave the Charlie’s Angels star and her hair exactly as it should be – timeless icon to be cherished, not a sick novelty item exploited on some twisted website,” Hilton wrote on his website.