Michael Jordan's used underwear up for auction

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Sept. 2 (UPI) -- A sports memorabilia website announced a pair of Michael Jordan's underwear bearing signs of "definite use" is being auctioned with a starting bid of $500.

Website Lelands said the underwear formerly belonged to the legendary Chicago Bulls player and is being sold by a family member of John Michael Wozniak, Jordan's former security guard.


The website said the "unusual item" shows signs of "definite use" and has "some loose threads evident at the seams."

Lelands said the underwear was one of several items gifted to Wozniak from Jordan. He also received suits, ties, belts and jackets formerly worn by the basketball great.

Bidding closes Sept. 25.

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