One man’s meat is another man’s trash. In this case, Napoleon Bonaparte, one of France’s most influential emperor’s hair may be something he used to wash down the drain every day before his death two hundred years ago, but at a recent auction, a lock of his hair was sold for USD$13,000. The hair was cut out by a British commissary officer and artist a day after Napoleon Bonaparte’s death in 1821. Such a pity I’m not rich and famous, or even close, I’d be a billionaire judging by how my hair never fail to clog up the drain! The auction of Napoleon’s memorabilia attracted bidders from all over the world and was bought by an unnamed collector from London.