MJ’s hair sold at auction to be made into roulette ball
Melbourne: An online gambling company has revealed that a clump of Michael Jackson’s hair which was found in a New York hotel and sold at an auction will be turned into a roulette ball.
Onlinegamblingpal.com has purchased the hair, which was collected at New York’s Carlyle Hotel, after the pop legend stayed there when attending a charity event for 10,871 dollars at an auction and will use it to make a ball for a roulette wheel.
“As its proud new owners, we have decided to convert Michael Jackson’s hair into a roulette ball – an appropriately unique way to immortalise a small part of a truly peerless entertainer,” the Daily Telegraph quoted the gambling company as saying.
“The ball itself will be made to the highest professional standards, ensuring it will be eligible for use at any licensed casino’s roulette table.
“Indeed, considering Jackson dedicated his life to entertaining millions, the prospect of this very special ball captivating crowds at roulette tables seems like a fitting use for it.
“We would therefore like to encourage any casino interested in using this unique ball at its tables to contact us.
“Together, we can ensure Michael Jackson continues to rock and ‘roll’ forever,” they added.