Iron Throne Of Tinnies Is Up For Auction If You're King/Queen Of The Beers
Over the course of eight long seasons, fans eagerly awaited to see who would claim the Iron Throne on Game of Thrones.
Alliances were forged and broken, our favourite characters either lived long enough to become villains or died way before they were able to see the end of the war.
It was a wild ride that kept us all on the edge of our seats.
Well, get ready for another intense battle to claim the Australian version of the Iron Throne. While we highly doubt there will be wars waged over this new throne, it will no doubt spark as much excitement as the HBO series.
Introducing the Emu Export Iron Throne.
If you're not familiar with the name, Emu Export is described as 'a clean light yellow lager that was first launched in 1954'.
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It goes by many names, including 'the red lead', 'flightless bird', 'export', 'sport', 'E squared', 'chook's piss', 'bush chook', 'wife basher', 'red can' 'sexport' or 'red hand grenade'.
Well, someone has decided to create a goddamn gorgeous throne out of used tinnies and it is now going up for auction.
Second Hand Rose in Perth, Western Australia has put the object up on Facebook and is looking for some decent offers. The current highest offer is $400.
"After receiving an overwhelming amount of interest online, we've decided the iconic 'Bush Chook Throne' will go to auction, with all proceeds being donated to the Cancer Council Western Australia," Second Hand Rose said.
"To make an offer you can call our store on 9409 9010, or message us directly through our Facebook page.
"We will be accepting offers until midday on Friday 25th October, and the highest bidder will be contacted shortly after - remember, all proceeds are going to a great cause!"
So you've only got a few hours left until the offer expires, so if you consider yourself King or Queen of the beers then you'll want to have this glorious piece of furniture sitting front and centre.
Featured Image Credit: Second Hand Rose/Facebook