Sept. 29 (UPI) -- If Takkarist McKinley wants to get his dreadlock back he'll have to spend some money on eBay.
The Atlanta Falcons defender posted on Twitter Friday after finding out a piece of his hair was for sale online.
A Detroit Lions fan originally posted the ad for a bid of $1, with $5 in shipping fees.
"Atlanta Falcons Dreadlock - Found after Detroit Lions Game, 9/24/2017," the product description reads. "I found TAKKARIST MCKINLEYs dreadlock on the field."
The current bid for the hair was up to $1,000 as of Friday afternoon.
"I'm dead," McKinley tweeted. "I gotta buy my dread back."
"People really auctioning for the dread tho...it's at $51"
I'm dead 💀💀💀💀💀 I gotta buy my dread back 😂 pic.twitter.com/TeC23UcAC5— Takkarist McKinley (@Takk) September 29, 2017
"I work at Ford Field in Detroit and I found a dreadlock on the field after the game [9/24/17]," the seller wrote on the eBay page. "I'm pretty sure it is Takkarist McKinley's dreadlock."
"MUST HAVE for Falcons fans and people who are into voodoo."
"PS: I also found Brooks Reed's mouth guard. Dreadlock buyer gets it for free :-)." The hair had 54 bids as of 4 p.m. on Friday.
The seller also posted photos of the hair on the field and in his hands. Detroit lost the game 30-26 to the Atlanta Falcons, moving to 2-1 on the season. McKinley had two tackles and a sack in the victory. The 6 foot 2, 250 pound defensive end was the No. 26 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft out of UCLA.
UPDATE: The item was removed from eBay after bidding reached $11,000.