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Ebay selling Agarwal people (an Indian Community)

This is one of the most weird thing I ever saw on the Internet. An online auction site in UK - is offering "Agarwal for Sale" and one can choose from a big selection of "Agarwal". I am sure it would upset millions of Agarwal worldwide to see that "Agarwal" is for sale on eBay ? Agarwals are descendents of Vaish King Maharaja Agarsen and the Agarwal Community has a very prominent place in all the communities in India at present.

While searching for Agarwal on, I saw this weird ad in the Google Adbox (though the ad says, it links to some advertising site

Looks like eBay has little control on what it's affiliates can sell on the internet. Take a look at some of these previous eBay ads.

1. A woman rents her cleavage on Ebay to advertise their logo, web site or slogan. Says Angel in her eBay listing for ample 42GG breasts: "No longer restricted to USA based advertising, you can now rent my CLEAVAGE for a period of 15 days, during which I will display your company logo, slogan or web-site address in the form of a temporary tattoo you will supply to me".

2. A pregnant woman sells ad space on belly. See her picture here. The Golden Palace Casino won the auction. But the woman was later sued after refusing to sell to the highest bidder

3. African Slaves available on eBay. See the ad selling slaves here. This outrage was discovered by a Google Group member who typed "African Slave" into Google, and was shocked to find this offer. Robert Gale says that Whilst Google has fixed the African Slaves eBay ad, there are still some weird eBay ads to be found, including great deals farts and victims.

4. Homeless People. A big selection is available and it's low priced. See this screenshot at Robert's site.

While these are ads of affiliates (see the aff!) and not available directly on eBay, still eBay must ensure that nothing so outrageous happens. Ebay has presence in India though which was also in the news for selling porn material on their website Not sure, who's next to sue ?