What am I bid?
No respectable tyrant of an African country should be without them!
Luxury items that once belonged to Tunisia's ousted President Zine al-Abidine Ben Ali and his family have been put up for auction.
Some 40 expensive cars are up for sale, including a Lamborghini, a Bentley, an armoured Cadillac and a 2m-euro (£1.6m) Mercedes described as a "handmade gem" that once belonged to Ben Ali's nephew.
Plus the latest fashions from his wife's selection....
A fine choice for all prospective despotic First Ladies everywhere!
Her handbags could fetch as much as 3,000 euros (£2,500) while her shoes are expected to be sold for anything between 100 and 300 euros.
The Prime Minister came along to inspect the items and initiate proceedings....
^ We should launch a caption competition for that last pic. The looks on everyone's faces could be described as 'priceless'.The auction, in the Tunis suburb of Gammarth, was opened by Prime Minister Hamadi Jebali. His government hopes the sale will bring millions of dollars into its coffers.