Weirdest Things to Buy on Facebook Marketplace in South London

You can find many quirky items for sale on a range of websites and Facebook Marketplace is one of them.

Many people now use online websites to sell common items such as furniture, games or gardening tools.

But dive a little deeper and you can easily be confronted with the most unique and bizarre offers.

That’s why we’ve put together a list of some of the most unusual items on South London’s Facebook Marketplace.

A doll toilet paper holder:

Items for sale on Marketplace in South London. Credit: Facebook.

This Bexleyheath seller has auctioned off a toilet paper holder dressed as a doll for just £5.

The item is described as “very good condition for its age” by the party leader.

Unfortunately for the buyer, there is no toilet roll with the article.

A “talking” Chucky doll:

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Items for sale on South London Marketplace.  Source: Facebook.Items for sale on Marketplace in South London. Source: Facebook.

Most of us have seen the kids movies and this is one item that definitely puts us on edge.

This Upper Norwood seller is selling a “Chucky 15″ Talking Figure” doll for £80.

The item still hasn’t sold – despite being on sale for over 11 weeks.

So why not welcome a Chucky doll into the family.

Broken phones and tablets:

Richmond and Twickenham Times: Items for sale on South London Marketplace.  Source: Facebook.Items for sale on Marketplace in South London. Source: Facebook.

Do you want to upgrade your phone or buy a tablet? Well, look no further.

This Orpington-based seller has a range of phones and tablets on offer for just £40.

Seems like a bargain, right?

Well, there’s a catch, as the seller described the items as “broken screens or broken.”

At least the seller is honest and remains optimistic about the offer.

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