Mecum Auto Auction FAIL

Next bid was "2" as in $200,000 and as the bidding assistant held up two fingers looking for the next bidder a gentleman signaled her thinking she had 2 chairs available to sit in. Unknown to him he'd just placed a bid for $200,000.

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