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4/28/04

E-Bay Features Man Wearing Ex-Wife's Wedding Dress

You know a guy is broken up about his big break up when he starts wearing his ex-wife's wedding dress around the house. When Larry Star's wife left him 2 years ago, she kept the ring, but left the dress.

The gown is size 12 and sleeveless so as to accent any of his tattoos, however his boots are not included. The dress was originally slated to be burned, but then Star decided revenge is best served up on eBay, where the auction page has already received 95 bids -- and more than a million hits!!!

"And it's got this trane - that's just awesome," said Star. "And if you have a ring bearer he can walk behind you as you're going up the aisle."

Among all the bids -- a handful of marriage proposals. But Larry says all he was hoping for was enough money to buy some beer and see a Seattle Mariners game.

The listing can be viewed on eBay by ( clicking here )

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