Aduhai, menggeleng kepala KA dibuatnya, bila baca cerita ni di akhbar Utusan. Nak gelak pown ade!. Apa yang special sangat kat roti bakar tu ?. Bukan boleh buat sahur pon kan ! Untuk berbuka lagilah tidak ! He He He
Roti bakar Putera Charles dilelong AS$361
LONDON 20 Julai - Sekeping roti bakar yang ditinggalkan oleh Putera Charles ketika bersarapan pada hari perkahwinannya dengan Puteri Diana pada 1981, dilelong dengan harga AS$361 (RM1,119).
Roti bakar tersebut disimpan oleh seorang bekas pembantu istana, Rosemarie Smith sebagai kenangan perkahwinan Charles dan Diana yang ditonton oleh 750 juta orang di seluruh dunia.
Roti bakar tersebut dijual dalam satu acara lelong anjuran Syarikat Charles Hanson di Etwall, Derbyshire, semalam.
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Charles' wedding toast fetches £230
A bidding war has broken out over a piece of toast believed to have been served to the Prince of Wales for breakfast on the day he married Lady Diana Spencer.
Two bidders fought it out over the telephone for the slice of white toast, which went under the hammer at Charles Hanson Auctioneers in Etwall, Derby. The winning bidder, based in the UK, eventually paid £230 for the 30-year-old memento.
A spokeswoman for the auction house said: "The slice of toast went to a UK buyer. There were two telephone bidders fighting it out for the slice. It was exciting.
"There was a round of applause when the gavel dropped then it was like 'Oh crumbs... it's sold!'"
More than 750 million people around the world tuned in to see Charles marry Diana in St Paul's Cathedral on July 29 1981.
The slice of toast was sold on Thursday on behalf of Rosemarie Smith, from Derby. She took the leftover slice from a tray after visiting her daughter at Buckingham Palace just hours before the royal wedding.
Ahead of the auction, the 83-year-old said: "At the time my daughter was a maid at the Palace and one of her duties was to collect Prince Charles's breakfast tray from outside his room. I was with her in the corridor and saw that Prince Charles had left some toast on the tray. I had been thinking about a keepsake from the wedding and saw the toast and thought to myself 'Why not?'"
She kept the slice of toast in a cup on a shelf at home until last year when the wedding of Prince William and Kate Middleton made her curious about its value.
Mrs Smith said: "I just wandered into the auctioneers out of curiosity and asked them if it was worth anything. I was pleasantly surprised to hear them agree with me that it could be of quite some value to royal collectors."