‘Pawn Stars': How Much For A Can Of Elephant Dung?

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On “Pawn Stars” (Mon., 10 p.m. EST on History) Chumlee Russell took a punt on a very rare and esoteric item — a can of “Zoo Doo.”

The can was full of “Guaranteed Genuine Rotted Elephant Manure,” which the label said originated at the Washington Park Zoo, and which was billed as “nature’s most potent fertilizer.”

The seller had bought it from a local auction company and joked that although the “Elephant Elixir” was basically priceless, he’d take $10,000 for it. Chumlee’s counter-offer was $20.

After thinking about it for a moment or two, the seller agreed to take the $20 and they shook hands. Sold!

“Pawn Stars” airs Mondays at 10 p.m. EST on History.

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