How Much It Costs To Get The Last Nude Playboy Signed By Pamela Anderson

Nowadays, people will pay just about anything for stuff that has been signed by celebrities. Items like lyric sheets, which could literally be scribbles by Fat Frank on a coffee-stained piece of paper from Middlesex, tend to go for a ridiculous amount of money.

Most of us can't dream of forking out our beer money for a throwaway collection of Action Men but there are those few who do think it's acceptable. They will splash $500 ($393) at a specific issue of Playboy - a magazine which is now as relevant as a pair of K-Swiss tongue twister trainers.

Pamela Anderson is selling signed copies of the last ever nude issue of the mag. But has she failed to realise that the pictures will be on the internet and that seeing her signature is pretty much a formality?

Credit: Pamela Anderson Foundation

Long gone are the days when you and your mates would share a lad mag. So, it seems like Pammy's article being on sale is as useful as 'life advice with Donald Trump'. That said, since the issue is only a few months old, there's a chance that in a few years it'll be worth a lot more than $500. It's hard to tell if it'll be worth the risk, though.

While it is a heavy price tag to put on something, all proceeds go to The Pamela Anderson Foundation, which supports 'organisations and individuals that stand on the front lines in the protection of human, animal, and environmental rights'.

As admirable as that is, naming it 'The Pamela Anderson Foundation' does make it sound like it's a foundation for her, rather than anything else.

With any luck, Borat is currently buying every available copy while planning his next kidnap of the Baywatch star.

Featured image credit: PA/Playboy

Mark McGowan

Mark is a journalist at LADbible, who joined in 2015 after a year as a freelance writer. In the past he blogged for independent football fan channel Redmen TV, after graduating from Staffordshire University with degrees in journalism and English literature. He has worked on campaigns such as UOKM8? and IIOC.

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