The “Charlie bit my finger” video will be wiped off of popular video streaming site YouTube after being sold in an auction for $760,000, Forbes reported.
- The video was auctioned off as a non-fungible token in an anonymous bidding on Sunday.
- The sale includes the option to create a parody of the video with the original stars, brothers Charlie and Harry.
- The video will be deleted from YouTube as sole ownership is handed off to the highest bidder.
- The clip was first uploaded on YouTube in 2007, and has since gained over 880 million views.
- The auction came on the 14th anniversary of the video, which is still currently available on YouTube.
- Several memes have been sold as non-fungible tokens this year — Nyan Cat, Leave Britney Alone, and Disaster Girl.
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