A dirty postcard sent to Sir Michael Winner by Liz Hurley, after Winner defended Liz in the 90s, sparked a bidding war on eBay. Liz sent the postcard, featuring an old-timey image of a naked lady, to Winner after he publicly defended her right to wear a sexy Versace safety pin dress to the premiere of Four Weddings And A Funeral.
Liz wrote on the saucy postcard:
"Dear Mr Winner, I can't begin to tell you how touched I've been by the kind words you've said about me recently. If it weren't for the odd nice person like you and my family I'd be tempted to give up on England altogether.
"Will you let me take you out for lunch when I'm back in the country? With love, Elizabeth Hurley""
eBay seller Dan Moss bought the postcard from Winner's estate sale after he passed away in 2013, and now he's sold it for 54 British pounds. Not bad for a piece of paper.