Michael Jackson fans have come up with a novel form of memorabilia to mark the singer's acquittal on child abuse charges - toast with his face on it.
Some vendors said their toast predicted the verdicts
Slices of toast with the star's likeness and slogans such as "not guilty" have appeared on internet auction site eBay.
Vendors claimed the slices were not faked - but popped out of their toasters before or during the verdicts.
Toast said to look like the Virgin Mary sold for $28,000 (£15,400) last year.
That appears to have sparked a craze for novelty toast on eBay.
Slices currently on sale carry pictures of people ranging from Elvis Presley to Yoda, with a sideline in toast depicting jars of air breathed by Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie.
Toast said to resemble the Virgin Mary hit the headlines in November
One Michael Jackson fan promised: "This is a wonderful memento of this historic day that you will cherish for years to come."
Another said: "As I was watched the jury's verdict being announced on June 13, 2005, my toast popped up just as Michael was acquitted."
One vendor said a slice with "not guilty" written on it popped up just before the verdicts.
"I was shocked, so I saved it and waited, and then today at 4.30pm my time it came on the news, and there it was - Michael Jackson is found not guilty," they wrote.