Best -- and most expensive -- Halloween costume ever? A big Breaking Bad fan paid a pretty penny for a used pair of Walter White's underwear.
According to Variety, the wardrobe item for the fictional character, worn by actor Bryan Cranston, was sold for $9,900 as part of ScreenBid's auction of used items from the AMC series, which ended on Sept. 29. Cranston sported the pair of tighty-whities in the pilot for the series.
Bidding for items from the popular drama series came to a close on Wednesday, Oct. 9, and nearly $1 million was made. The highest-paid item? An inscribed copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, which sold for $65,500.
Other high-demand items? Hector "Tio" Salamanca's bell for $26,750, a pink teddy bear for $23,250 and the eyeless version of the bear for $20,250.
The underwear is currently on display at the Breaking Bad exhibit at the Museum of Moving Image in Queens, N.Y. The prized-possession will be shipped to the winning bidder at the end of the exhibit on Oct. 27.
This article originally appeared on Usmagazine.com: Walter White's Breaking Bad Underwear Auctioned Off for $9,900
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