Toronto fan buys Maple Leafs toilet

A Toronto Maple Leafs ice hockey fan has paid 8 thousand dollars for a toilet from the home dressing room of Maple Leafs Gardens.

The venue hasn't been used for NHL games for 13 years since the team shifted to a new stadium.

Items were auctioned off from the Gardens which hosted the Maple Leafs from 1931 to 1999.

The Ontario lawyer who purchased the toilet, says he had been trying to score a 1967 Stanley Cup banner, but the bidding had become too steep.

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