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New York’s 230 FIFTH Rooftop Bar & Penthouse Lounge has released the world’s most expensive hot dog – priced at $2300 – in honour of National Hot Dog Day in the US on July 23.

Proceeds from the sale of the limited edition 230 FIFTH Dog will go to City Harvest, a food rescue organisation dedicated to feeding New York City’s hungry.

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Sportspeople

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has officially become the world’s most expensive player in football history after the Sweden international completed his £31 million transfer from AC Milan to Paris Saint-Germain (PSG).

Ibrahimovic is the French Ligue 1 side’s third major signing for summer and has sealed the deal by undergoing a medical at a Paris hospital yesterday, according to the Daily Mail.

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A New York City food truck by the name of 666 Burger has released a new devilish $666 burger called the ‘Douche Burger’ – the world’s most expensive burger available from a food truck.

The truck’s co-owner, 36-year-old Franz Aliquo, described the creation perfectly on Facebook: it’s “a f–cking burger filled and topped with rich people’s s–t.”

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Lifestyle

We’ve come across some pretty bizarre news here at Let It Flow, but this one takes the wedding cake…

Two dogs have become husband and wife after being married in the world’s most expensive pet wedding in Manhattan, the Associated Press reported.

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Zlatan Ibrahimovic it set to become the world’s most expensive player in football history after French Ligue 1 club Paris Saint-Germain (PSG)’s £51 million joint bid for the AC Milan striker and Brazil defender Thialgo Silva.

According to Daily Mail, the 27-year-old Brazilian is likely to decline the transfer offer, but if the £32 million part of the bid belonging to Ibrahimovic goes ahead, it would mean the 30-year-old Swede would become the world’s most expensive footballer, at a total cost of almost £150 million in transfer fees.

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Cars

A Ferrari 250 GTO now has a rather regrettable claim to fame for being involved in the world’s most expensive car crash, after colliding with another vehicle.

The Ferrari 250 GTO, worth over £20 million,  is regarded as the “Picasso” of the motoring world, according to Metro.

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A 100-year-old Rolls-Royce Silver Ghost has become the world’s most expensive Rolls-Royce ever sold at auction after fetching almost £5 million.

The Rolls-Royce, described as “one of the finest ever built”, manages 15 miles to the gallon and is capable of a “cruising” speed of 60mph, according to The Telegraph.

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To get the British in the mood for summer – after experiencing the UK’s wettest June on record – a bar in Manchester is serving up the world’s most expensive bowl of strawberries and cream for £450.

The special edition of one of the UK’s most popular summer desserts is being served at the upmarket Circle 360 champagne bar in The Trafford Centre to celebrate the Wimbledon Championships 2012, according to Yahoo Lifestyle.

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The world’s most expensive edible cupcake has gone on sale in Dubai for the whopping price of AED3700 (USD1007).

Made using 23-carat edible gold sheets, the Golden Phoenix cupcake went on sale last Thursday to celebrate the opening of the cupcake franchise Bloomsbury’s in the Dubai Mall, The National reported.

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Movies

A poster for the classic German science-fiction film Metropolis, which holds the record for world’s most expensive film poster, is to be sold at auction again after its owner filed for bankruptcy recently.

The poster was painted by German artist Heinz Schulz-Neudamm to promote the release of Fritz Lang’s 1927 film about a futuristic urban dystopia, and is one of only four known remaining copies.

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