P.T. Barnum was right; There's a sucker born every minute. A Vancouver man proved that to be the case with his sale of hot dog water last weekend.
Douglas Bevans boiled 100 organic beef hot dogs and put each one in a bottle, marking them at $38 each, two for $75.
Dressed in a hot dog onesie and calling himself the CEO of Hot Dog Water, Bevans touted the health benefits of the "keto-compatible" unfiltered water.
Sure enough, Bevans, who is a tour operator and a performance artist when he's not hawking magic elixirs, managed to sell 60 litres of the stuff.
Have you ever been scammed out of your money by a product claiming to bring results?
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