A witness to the car crash that killed actor Paul Walker last November is selling a few things he looted from the accident scene, including "a soiled pair of Maui Jim sunglasses" that Walker was wearing when he died.
A listing on the auction site BidAMI tells the tale of how the seller "walked the scene in disbelief and grief" before grabbing everything he could find, including the Fast and Furious star's shades, a fire extinguisher, and some "residual car debris."
BidAMI is donating its 10% cut of the auction to SavingAmericasMustangs.org, in "acknowledgement of Paul Walker's immeasurable charitable contributions."
It's not clear what the seller plans to do with his share of the proceeds from the items he scavenged from the bushes at the site of a man's death.
Perhaps he could give it to Reach Out Worldwide, the disaster relief organization Walker founded to fund first responders and the place where Walker's friends and family asked that donations be directed.
Bidding for the sunglasses is up to $1,572.
Update: Two others were charged with felony grand theft last year after trying to steal parts of the wrecked Porsche and the tow truck that removed it from the scene. The seller in this case claims he tried to show the glasses to police, but they ignored him.