I Won Tihs from a Lost Luggage Auction & It’s Actually Unbelievable!

I Won Tihs from a Lost Luggage Auction & It’s Actually Unbelievable!

October 9, 2019 100 By Luis Garrison


(intense orchestral music) – Welcome to England. – [Moon] Oh my god, it’s a terrible day. – We’ve got this big,
happy, cool mystery, awesome – [Moon] Wait, I’ve got a thingy on it. (breathing) – We’ve got this big, massive, cool, hit, mystery, awesome video
and then we start here on a miserable, boring day. Can we put like an effect on? Like, make it look – [Moon] Yes, dance a
bit and make you happy. – Try to add like an effect to
make it all happy and stuff. And go.
(fingers snap) (forest creatures chirping) – [Moon] Dance a bit. (soothing music) Put some palm trees here and stuff. – Summer music, summer music, Jake. (acoustic guitar strums) – [Moon] And put some dancers in here. In the background, some dancers– – That was too crazy, that was too crazy. – [Moon] Thomas, Thomas, I’m so happy. – Moon, it’s a mystery
auction for lost luggages, but it’s here in the UK. – [Moon] Here in England! – We don’t have to travel to Germany. Twice we’ve done that. – [Moon] It’s just an hour drive. – You know, we don’t have
to pay travel, it’s just– – [Moon] I found it, me. I am the genius that found it. – But we’ve got a
different idea this time. What’s going to happen
is, it’s going to be me, Moon, my girlfriend, and my dad. All three of us are going
to go to the luggage place. – [Moon] Thomas I’ve got no chance. – We’ve all got 200 pounds. (Moon gasps) – And we’re all going to buy, we’re going to see who
gets the best stuff. – [Moon] I need to ask a few things. Okay, so you provide us, me and your dad, with 200 pound. – Each, and myself. – [Moon] But if I just
want to buy one suitcase for 50 pound, what is
happening to the rest? – I get it back. – [Moon] Okay, so spending
all the 200 pound, then. – Spend all the 200. I keep it all at the end, though. – [Moon] How do you win? – Well, we got to count up how
much all the stuff is worth. – [Moon] Oh, it’s who got
the most valuable stuff in their suitcases. – Who’s got the most valuable stuff. Come on! – [Moon] I love them
things, I love it so much. – Come on, come on, come on, let’s go. So when do I get them 300 pound? – 200, and when we’re there. – [Moon] No, you said 300 pounds. Yeah, but I can keep it then. – We’re on our way, Moon are you excited? – [Moon] Yeah, yeah, you? – Yeah, yeah, you excited, Da? – Yeah. – [Moon] I can’t believe
we got it to go in England. – I know, I can’t believe it. – [GPS voice] After 600 yards, cross the roundabout, second exit. – [Moon] It’s not started yet? – Yeah. – [Moon] We don’t know. – It’s got to be. It’s got to be the same. – [GPS Voice] Cross the roundabout. – Help! Come on, Moon, come on, come on, let’s go. We do, we need to get
our ticket number thing, the auction number on card. – I’ve been a number of times, so. – All right, thank you. And what number is it, 2-2 oh. – 220. – Whew, we’re going to come out here, there’s music playing
and everything in there. So, anyway, that’s what we’re going to do. We’re going to go in, we’re going
to look at all the suitcases, they’ve all got numbers on. We’re going to write the numbers down here of ones that we’re interested in. We’re going to have to
try and plan it out well. Why am I telling you my strategy? You’ve got 200, I’ve
got 200, Dad’s got 200. He’s in there right now, alone. We’ve left him alone. He could be doing anything in there. It’s like he’s, come on, Moon. (music playing) – Look there, at that
number 50 there, that one. – [Thomas] No, I’m gettin’ number 50. – [Moon] Why do you two
work together anyway? – We’re not working together. I’m gettin’ 50. – [Moon] What’s your tactic, then? – I’m not telling you. I am on my own. Moon and
Dad are still looking. I’ve already made my list, here, of stuff. I’ve listed stuff like
the bags that are biggest, the bags are different,
I got one Ferrari bag. It would be cool if you
could get the Ferrari bag. One’s got Thomas Tank engine
on, so that’ll be fun. And then lots of little
handbags and stuff. I’ve got my strategies. I’m telling you now, while
they’re not here, right. My plan is to wait until everyone spend their money and then
I’ll just swoop in at the end and get everything cheap. Yeah, I’m getting more bags then, more stuff to look through– – [Moon] Thomas, all right. – Oh, no, quick, quickly,
I’ve got to go quick. – Let’s start today, we’re a
little bit thin on the ground which is a little bit
disappointing, but it does mean that there are going
to be bargains a foot– Slightly open, and with
something enticing there. We come swinging 10 pounds. I’ve got 10 in the back. I’ll take 12 now, it’s
at 10, 12 if you like. Is that it, it sells at a 10. With you sir, give us a chance. All done at 10, selling
the bag at 10, 12, 15, 18. – [Moon] Keep up, keep it up. – [Auctioneer] 18, 18, 20,
20, you’re being filmed. 22, 22, 25, 28, you’re at 28, 30, 32. – [Dad] Let him have it. – [Auctioneer] 35. (laughs) – [Auctioneer] At the back with 35. Starting it at 10, 12, 15, 18. – [Thomas] Dad, put your thing up. – [Auctioneer] 18, 20, 22, 22. – [Moon] Keep going, keep it up. – [Auctioneer] 25, 25, up with a 25. – [Thomas] Keep it up. – [Moon] Keep it up. – [Auctioneer] At 28, you in again? 30, 30, 32, 35. – [Moon] Keep it up.
– [Thomas] Keep it up. – [Auctioneer] 35, 40.
– [Moon] Yeah, keep going. – [Auctioneer] 45. – No, no, no. – [Moon] Keep going.
– Not it. – [Moon] No. – [Auctioneer] They’re saying
yes, don’t be so cheap. – No. – [Auctioneer] They’re saying yes. – [Thomas] No. (laughs)
– [Moon] Go on now. – [Auctioneer] I’ve got 45. (laughter) – [Auctioneer] At 25, sold product 25. 28, new money at 28, 30. – [Auctioneer] 18, 20, 22.
– [Moon] It’s a light one. – [Auctioneer] 25, 25. – [Moon] That’s it. – [Auctioneer] I have 25, is that all, 25. You know you’ve got to pay for
them at the end, mate, yeah? – Oh, what? (laughs) – [Auctioneer] Sold at 25 pounds. 220. – Ferrari bag, Ferrari bag. (laughter) – [Auctioneer] You’ve
got a Ferrari, have you? 22, 25, at 25 now, at 25. It’s at 25. Sold at 25 pounds, and I think
the animal is still alive. (laughter) Do I have 28? Sell it then, at 25
pounds, done at 25, 220. 78, it says– – Ferrari, Ferrari. Twenty-third. – That’s lovely, thank you very much. – [Auctioneer] The
generation delay between me and the old boy at the back there. – So you can take your receipt. – [Thomas] Yeah. – [Auctioneer] I have
18, 20, you’re at 20. – Bring next door and pick up your bags. – [Moon] Thank you very much. You happy, Thomas? (radio music) – Do you think we’ll get
them all in the car, Moon? – [Moon] I don’t know. (keys jingling) Oh my god, Thomas it’s full. – I’m glad we stopped when we did, Moon. – [Moon] Oh my gosh. – Well actually I think,
I think we could have maybe fit one tiny bit if we wanted. – [Moon] No that’s it, that’s it. – Go on, let’s go and open it all! – [Moon] Thomas. – Yeah. – [Moon] Your dad found some space. Quick get another one, quick! – If I can yeah. – [Moon] Quick! – Okay. (Moon laughs) – So who’s going to win then? – [Moon] What a stupid answer
to, question to ask, it’s me. – Me. – [Moon] No, it’s me. – Me. – It’s me. (Thomas laughs) – No, I’m going to win. – [Moon] No, it’s definitely
it’s not your dad, it’s not you. – You only got a couple,
you didn’t even get many. – [Moon] Thomas, it’s
quality over quantity, you need to have the female eye for it. – No. – [Moon] I got it in me guts. – No. – [Moon] This is me winning, that’s it. – No but seriously who’s
going to win now, seriously. – [Moon] It’s me, it’s the boss. – [Thomas] Me, I’m going to win. – [Moon] Say it on three, one, two– – [Thomas] Me.
– [Moon] Three, me. (Moon and Thomas argue) – They have no idea, I’m
totally going to win this. Totally going in the bank. – [Moon] That’s completely silly. (motivational dance music) – All right, here we go, look at this. Bag after bag after bag, 16 bags. – [Moon] So many. – 16, Moon’s measly three bags, and then this is Dad’s section here. One, two, three, four, five. And then finally mine over
here, the monster, monster pile of one, two, three, four,
five, six, seven, eight. We all went slightly over budget because we found out it was for charity. – [Moon] Slightly! – We all went quite a lot over budget. We found out it was for charity. So first, Moon’s going to open hers. She’s going to open all three. And then, my dad’s going to open his and then we’ll get on to
the main part of the video. I’ll open all mine, you know, because theirs are going to
be all full of rubbish anyway. So then, yeah, the main one at the end. – [Moon] Go on then, first one Thomas. I’m hyped, I’m hyped, I’m pumped. – [Thomas] Come on. – [Moon] This, this is
the winner, you see here. Open up. (gasps) (zipper opens) – [Moon] Okay that’s
the winner, that’s it. – Why? – [Moon] That’s it, I know it. Look at this, look at this, accessories. Look at how many. – [Thomas] Come on, let’s keep going. – [Moon] Next, almost full Kleenex. (laughing) – [Moon] Do you know how
much they go for in retail. Nails, if you’ve just got
two fingers, beautiful. (laughing) Oh there you go. – [Dad] Smarties. – [Moon] Yeah, looks like
Skittles or Smarties. – How big is this side pocket? Go. – [Moon] Okay. – It’s a baby’s. – [Moon] Yeah look like,
oh they fit me, that. – [Dad] Oh! – [Moon] Oh my god, I’ve not got a very good feeling about this one. Yeah look, I’ll wear them
tomorrow, look they’re nice. Oh that’s, oh new, brand new. – Junior. – [Moon] Oh yeah look.
– [Dad] You’ll get in them. – [Moon] Yeah, that’s it. – [Thomas] They’ll fit me, them. – [Moon] Yeah, a left toe or something. Get your dad, it fit him. Yeah, I think– – [Thomas] Just clothes. – [Moon] It’s a mum– – [Thomas] A mum and her kids. – [Moon] Traveled with little kids. Oh!
– [Thomas] Fresh. – [Moon] Are you touching
it with your bare hands? – [Thomas] I haven’t got any, you didn’t give me any
gloves, where did they go? – [Moon] No, you’ve done it. I would give it a fiver if
you are all right with it. – Including price of bag. – [Moon] Yeah. – A tenner with bag. – [Moon] A tenner with
bag, because it’s Nike. (cash register rings) Next. – [Thomas] Here, my dear. – [Moon] Hey. – [Thomas] Whoa. – [Moon] We had that ones
before, it’s block soap again. – We got block soap, it’s block soap. (laughter) – Who buys this block soap? – [Moon] Who buys block soap? – [Thomas] It could be a family, this. There’s some man stuff, some
kid stuff, some lady stuff. Shoes, Converse. – [Moon] Is it real ones? Yeah it’s real ones, but used ones. Is that it?
– [Thomas] That’s it. Moon it’s not looking good for you, you’ve got one last chance. (laughs) – [Dad] How much are here, is that them. – [Moon] No, never, it’s a tenner that. – Twenty then, altogether.
(cash register rings) – [Moon] Yeah. – It’s not looking good, Moon. – [Moon] Shut up. This was all built up, now we’re talking. – Moon, this one feels empty. – [Moon] Now we’re talking business. – [Thomas] It’s empty. – [Moon] You don’t, just go. – It’s empty. – [Moon] It’s not empty. Okay, this is completely empty. (laughs) (opens zipper) – [Thomas] Three. – [Moon] No. – [Thomas] Two, go. – [Moon] Okay, please be Armani pants. It’s not Gucci, that. – Two things to open. – [Moon] Okay but these are new items now. – [Thomas] It’s all down to this. What’s that? – [Moon] Okay, like a travel adapter. (plastic rustles) Oh no, he’s a diabetic, no! – [Thomas] What did you do? – [Moon] Oh my god, no! – [Thomas] Oh god! Careful putting your hand in the bag. – [Moon] Watch, I know. Ah. – One pound, one more pound. – [Moon] What you saying? – You’ve got another tenner. – [Moon] No, that’s not even a tenner. – 30 quid, I’ve been generous.
(cash register rings) Dad, it’s your turn, come on. You’ve got to beat thirty quid. There you go. – That’s heavy. – [Moon] Side pockets, don’t
forget about the side pockets. – Oh, that’s got some weight. – [Thomas] I’ve got no clue. – [Dad] Nothing, nothing. – [Moon] Here we go. – Oh. – [Moon] Oh. – Here we go, flip flops! – [Moon] Oh my god. (Thomas laughs) – [Moon] They look like your size. – Primark. – Whoa, beautiful. I always wanted Primark, quality. (Moon cackles) (laughing) – Oh. – [Moon] I did that, it’s not true. When you do this, there
is nothing in there. (laughing) (Dad clears throat) – [Moon] Oh, oh. – Trainers. – [Moon] Oh, that’s it.
– [Dad] There we go. – [Moon] Empty. – Empty. – No, no. You’re going to attack me. (aerosol can sprays) – [Moon] No, Thomas smoke
alarm going to go off. (laughs) (aerosol can sprays)
– [Moon] Don’t. – [Dad] Smells nice. – [Moon] That’s the Versace bag. – Money bag. – [Moon] Oh, that’s it, that’s it. – Money bag. – [Thomas] Come on. – [Moon] Go on, she left the wallet. – [Thomas] It’s empty, come on. – Oh, no.
– [Moon] Oh, no luck. – Brand new, nothing in it.
– [Moon] A new one. – I think this one bag is close to beating all three of yours. – [Moon] Probably. (cackles) – [Dad] Oh, another bag. – [Moon] That’s the Versace bag. – [Thomas] Oh, this could be it. – [Moon] I know Versace, what’s this? – Oh what’s this. – [Thomas] A jelly fish. (Moon gasps) – [Moon] Oh no. – [Moon And Thomas] Chewing gum. – [Moon] You always find
stuff like this on the bottom. Oh, what’s that, tube map. Yeah she’s been. – [Thomas] To the London underground. – [Moon] Do we see a– – What’s that? Broke off.
– [Dad] Jewels. – [Moon] Jewelry, look. – [Thomas] Broke off her jewelry. – [Thomas] That’s it. – [Moon] No, that’s it. – Done, next. – [Moon] So how much we saying, 30 pounds. – 30 pounds. – 30 pounds, 30. – Yeah 30 pound. – At least. – You are drawing. – Drawing.
(cash register rings) – 30 pounds, here we go, next. This one, this one intrigued
me the most, and Dad won it. – [Moon] Why? – Security seal.
– [Moon] Oh, what’s that? – [Moon And Thomas] Do not remove. – [Moon] Shrek’s excited, look. (laughs) – Oh, it’s proper full, proper full. – [Moon] Full of junk. (laughs) – Proper full, look at that. (Thomas grunts) – [Moon] Okay, okay. – [Thomas] Full of rubbish. – [Dad] Full, gold bars, diamonds. Slippers. (laughter) – [Moon] Boy, I always
wanted some of these. – [Thomas] Oh yeah. – [Moon] Is there something in the pocket. – Get, get out, get out of here. – [Thomas] There’s something in it. – [Moon] Thomas now hold it, now hold it. – Whoa. – [Moon] Go on.
– [Thomas] What is it? – [Dad] What’s usually in the pocket. – [Thomas] What is it? – [Moon] 50 pound. – [Thomas] Fag lighter. – [Moon] Oh it works. – [Thomas] What’s this, Dennis the Menace? – [Moon] Stop it, let your dad do it. – I’ve got to look. – [Moon] No. – I want to know. Jeans, pants, tops. Brand new, men’s. – [Dad] They are men’s. – [Moon] Is it men’s socks? – Men’s– – [Thomas] Men’s tights. – [Dad] Men’s tights. (Moon laughs) – It’s a jacket hoodie. – [Moon] Oh beautiful. – Whoa. – [Moon] It’s absolutely,
that’s newest fashion. – What we saying, what we saying? – Oh that’s nice isn’t it. – 15 with the suitcase. – [Moon] 15 pound I would say. (sighs) – Robbed, I were robbed. – 45. – [Moon] 45.
(cash register rings) – All right, come on then,
you’ve got three more left. Let’s go, next! – [Moon] There’s a body in it, oh. – Oh, we need to clip this one. You need your snippers,
oh here ready, look. (metal snippers click) – [Thomas] Am I saving it. – [Dad] Hey, good. (glggles) – Euro. – That’s 50 cents. – [Moon] 50 cents. – 50 cents, you don’t make music anymore. (moon laughs) – [Moon] Two.
– [Dad] Two. – [Moon] Oh my god.
– Two Euro fifty. – [Moon] He’s got some money in there. – Another Euro. – [Moon] Three-fifty. – Three fifty. – [Moon] Oh, that’s almost an ice cream. – You’ve got three-fifty back. (Moon screaming) (laughs) – [Moon] Slippers! – Come on open it, open it. – [Moon] Slippers! – [Thomas] Oh, it don’t look good. – [Moon] Your dad got so many slippers. – [Thomas] They brand new. – [Moon] Skechers. – Oh no, they have been used
but they are still quite new. – Nothing. – Oh here you go. – [Thomas] Baby wipes.
– [Moon] A lunch box. That’s a lunch box. – Oh, I thought you put baby wipes in it. Does it smell like baby wipes inside? – Oh it’s just an empty case. – Does it smell like… – Oh some weight to it. – Okay this one is men’s, what’s that? – Oh, there’s some weight to this. – [Moon] Garnier. – [Dad] Garnier moisturizing. Yeah it’s just. – [Thomas] Yeah, it’s not very heavy. – [Moon] No. – Toothpaste, quick get
Thomas a toothbrush and this. – [Moon] No. – [Dad] He needs it. (laughing) Slim, no quality stuff. Boss. – [Moon] Boss, Hugo Boss, yeah. – Is that quality? – [Moon] Hugo Boss, yeah. – Yeah. – [Dad] That bumps me up. I hope leather, is it leather? – [Moon] It’s new, it’s Primark,
I see it, I see the label. How much, I give it 40 pounds. – I say 40. – It’s good and that. – [Thomas] Quite a lot
of brands and stuff. – [Moon] I’d say 40 pound, yeah. – So it was on 45 already. – [Moon] 40, 85 now. – 85. – 85, how many left? – [Dad] Two left, two left. – [Moon] And two left, big ones. – Oh wow. – [Moon] Shrek’s excited again, look. – Oh, oh, side pockets first, or this. – [Moon] Whatever, it’s your case. – It’s up to you. – [Moon] Big winter coat. – There’s something in it, though. (moon gasps) – Oh, oh, it feels like a gun. – [Moon] He’s making it up. – [Thomas] He’s not. (plastic rustles) – What is it? (Moon gasps) Whoa. – [Moon] Oh, party, party.
– Alcohol, alcohol. (screaming) – Look at that. – Jar. – [Moon] Is it honey, or pesto? Like pesto for food. Looks like pesto. – Is it like pesto from Italy. – [Moon] Italy isn’t it, is it
olive oil, that’s olive oil. Oh that’s Limoncello, that’s really nice. – Do you want to help me to drink it? – [Moon] Yeah, go on then. – Why not me? – [Moon] Because you’re his son. – [Dad] You can’t drink. Hair. – [Moon] Oh my god, fake hair. – Let’s have a look. – A beard. – Same color isn’t it. – [Moon] He looks aim-ish, Amish. – A moustache. (Moon laughs) – [Moon] Can we clip it in? Oh yeah. (laughing) – Am I ready for shaving yet? – [Moon] You’ve got another bag– – Julia, I’m not ready for shaving yet. Moon thinks this is real hair. – [Moon] I think it’s
real hair extensions. – Real hair extensions. – How much would that be? – [Moon] 50 pound. – So what’s my bag worth now? – [Moon] It’s already
8, 70 pounds, 80 pounds. – Just this bag. – [Moon] Yeah. – Oh. Beat this one. I think I’ve killed Killem. – No, not yet, I’ve got a good feeling. Smells nice. Smell that. – [Moon] Oh, that’s really nice. (moon screams) (laughs) He’s fallen for it twice. (laughing) – What’s this, sweets? – [Moon] No, that’s a– – Sweets? – [Moon] Lady’s thing, no for the month. – Is it cigarette? – [Moon] Oh my god, man. (laughing) – [Thomas] I want some sweets. – Be like. Smell that. – No, I’m holding it. (Moon laughs) It’s because of the, what
is that alcoholic drink? The oil and the real hair things and the straightener and the curler. – And the maracas. (laughing) – [Moon] 60 pounds for all together. – Oh come on, 80. – [Moon] Yeah, 80. – 80. – Quality stuff. – We’ve got 80, 80 quid. And we are already on 85 aren’t it. – [Moon] Yeah, 165. (grunts) Last one. – Last bag, last one. – [Moon] Don’t cut yourself again, Thomas. Whoa. Crisps. – [Moon] Oh my god, what is it? – [Thomas And Moon Together] Mars bar. – [Moon] A gun! – Shotgun water pistol. – [Moon] It’s got a gun in it. It’s got water in it, still. You can see where they have been. – 2019. – [Moon] They’ve been to Mayorca. 2019, still good to go,
there are two Mars bars. They’ve been to Mayorca a lot. – Now what’s in the main bit. This seems to be where
all the heavy bit is. Oh. – [Moon] Jagermeister, yay. – Oh. (laughter) – [Moon] I always put
mucky stuff in thingy. – [Dad] Mucky bag. – [Moon] Don’t, oh my god.
– [Thomas] Dad, no. Eight pound. – [Moon] 18 pound. – No, just the eight. 10. – [Moon] How much are we on then. – Tenner. – [Moon] 165. – It’s all mucky clothes,
it’s all mucky used clothes. – Got robbed. – 175 altogether. (cash register rings) – [Moon] Yeah, 175. – Come on then, it’s my turn, let’s go. (intense rock music) (Moon giggles) – Let’s go. – [Moon] Why had you done that for? – I want to open this one first. This one caught my eye the most. – [Moon] This wrecked one. – Look at this. This has seen some stuff,
this has been some places. – [Moon] Side pockets,
Thomas, side pockets. All right, straight in with the side, oh. – [Moon] Phone. – [Dad] No. – [Moon] No that’s it, Kevin. – [Dad] Oh. – [Moon] Oh, come on. – They are only 10 pound– – [Moon] Yeah. – Uh, uh. Uh, go! – [Dad] Little bag. – [Moon] This, this. No! – [Thomas] Everyone off, it’s my turn! (laughing) – [Dad] Are you doing it now? – [Thomas] Go, yeah because
they’re always complete rubbish. – [Moon] Salzburg, he’s been to Austria. Oh, beautiful Salzburg. – I think it might be a she though. – [Moon] Oh. Where did you got that from? – I just got it out of that little bag. I think it’s a ‘tache
protector when you’re drinking. – [Moon] Oh no, don’t. (laughs) – Is this a wind coat? – [Moon] Put it on your dad,
he’s always modeling yeah. – [Dad] Cool moon jacket. – [Moon] He looks like a lollipop lady. (cackles) (laughing) What is this? – [Thomas] Clothes, clothes. – [Dad] What’s that? – [Thomas] Toothpaste. – [Moon] Yeah. – That’s it. (plastic rustling) – [Moon] Yeah, so how much would you say? – 10. – Just for them there. – [Moon] 10, yeah. – [Dad] 10 pound, yeah. – [Thomas] And the phone. – My mum got married
here, we’ve been there. – Oh, on a magnet. – [Moon] Not on a magnet. Next. – [Dad] Next! (Thomas exhales) (Moon snickers) – Shirts. Clothes. – [Moon] No, Thomas. – That’s it. – Well yeah–
– [Moon] Tenner. – I’m not going to open
the best ones first am I. – [Moon] Tenner. – I’m obviously saving
the best until last. No, twenty, we got some Calvin Kleins. – [Moon] No, that’s all used, 15. – Good brands. – [Moon] No, 15. – What am I on now then? – 15. – 35.
(cash register rings) – [Moon] No, you’re on 30 now. Next. – [Dad] Next. – [Moon] Full, full is that one. – [Dad] What is it? – [Thomas] Kids. – [Moon] Look. – Some little sandals. Oh no. Is this his homework? Has he wrote us a note? – Zoomy-zoomy-zoomy-zuma. Yeah, yeah, yeah. (laughing) – Proper trousers. – [Moon] Next. – 10, 30 I’m on.
(cash register rings) 40 I’m on now? – [Moon] Yeah. – Ne– Main bit. – [Moon] I see something
that intrigues me. This.
– Whoa. – [Moon] Wow. Ooh la la, that’s one fancy dress. – Another top, it’s just clothes. Hello. Completely padded, feel that. – [Moon] Oh, your size. – Oh yeah. – [Moon] It opens in front. – Why are the boobies so far away? – [Moon] It opens at front. It goes around it, no. (laughing) I’m not even joking. – Fiver. What are we looking at? – [Moon] Fifty now. – Just remember what I won. – [Moon] 175. – Yes. – Oh no. – [Moon] I see you getting
a bit less motivated. – What am I on, 45?
(cash register rings) – [Moon] What’s happening? Yeah. – Oh, what’s that? Nail file. I’m stressing out. Please be something good. (Moon cackles) A bum bag. – [Moon] And what’s
that that looks like a– – [Thomas] Oh, that’s quite a bit. – [Moon] That looks like a… – Toothpaste, razors,
toothbrush, hair gel. You know, the typical stuff
you always find in them. – I’m not putting trousers on. (laughing) – [Moon] Too big. – Ties. – [Moon] Ties, okay. – Oh, it’s a funky tie, though. – [Moon] Oh, he’s got his. – [Dad] Five pound, it’s
a five pound bag there. – [Moon] He’s got good ties. There’s another suit, he meant business. – Suits are quite expensive
though, aren’t they. – [Moon] Yeah, but what brand suit? – There’s literally just– – [Moon] Oh no. – Handkerchiefs. – [Moon] Who is having, like old people have them up their sleeves like sweets. (blows nose) Don’t, you disgusting. No, don’t kiss me anymore. Because not even the
bag is worth anything. – Next. – Oh how much is it, how much. – Ten.
– [Moon] Fiver. – [Dad] Fiver. – Ten! Two shoes. – [Moon] Yeah, because– – We’ll be generous and say 10. – Two shoe. – [Moon] Yeah, you’re on 60 now, or 50. (cash register rings) – 55. – [Moon] 55. Oh my god. Other way around. Oh come on, that’s it now. – Oh. – [Moon] What? Don’t. – Oh. – [Moon] What is it? – Oh. – [Moon] Okay, that’s… – Is that one expensive, that? – [Moon] That, that’s a hair dryer. – I thought it one of
those good Dyson ones. – [Moon] Dyson. – What’s that, battery charger. – [Moon] For a camera. Keep looking. – What’s that? – [Moon] A multi… – Oh it’s a USB charging thing. (moon laughs) – Some more sweets. – [Moon] I can’t stop laughing Thomas, you spent so much money on them bags. – One Adda flip flop. (Moon cackles) – [Moon] What happened to other one? – One glove. What’s happened on this holiday? – One legged, one armed bloke. – Two bags left. – [Moon] Now, how much will you get. That will get you tenner because the bag’s decent, but that’s it. – Yeah I’ll give you tenner for the bag. – [Moon] You’re on 65 now. (cash register rings) – That one. – [Moon] That one, them two
have to like, get you out. – Come on then, next. – [Moon] That’s 65, I think. – [Dad] 65. – [Moon] Yeah. – So you’ve only got another 105 to go. – [Moon] Yeah. – [Dad] This is it, this
is going to be it, Thomas. – [Moon] Thomas. – [Dad] You all right there? – Yeah. – [Dad] Killem’s been killed by Dad. – Is it what we’re
expecting to be in here. Oh, no joke, there’s
actually some stuff in here other than just clothes. – [Moon] Okay. – This first thing that catched my eye– – [Dad] Hundred pound to go. – Is this. – [Moon] What’s this? Jewelry. (metal jingling) Jewelry and coins. – [Dad] Some weird coins there. – [Thomas] These rings,
are they any good or not? – [Moon] I don’t know, you
need to go and ask somebody. Okay, good looking so far, though. – Why, thank you, I did my
hair brush this morning. – [Moon] No Thomas, it’s so old, that one. No, not clothes in bags. No, uh, put them in. – What’s that? – [Moon] It can open them up. – Open what up? Clothes in them. Whoa. – [Moon] A hair dryer. – Whoa. (laughs) – [Moon] Kevin, go on. – Oh no. – [Moon] Where’s second one? – [Dad] Will they fit me? – [Moon] A one-legged stripper. – Padded. – [Moon] Padded bra. A top, just a little top. – That’s a top? – [Moon] Yeah. – That’s a top? – [Moon] Yeah. – [Moon] Oh my god, no. – Oh god. Something you’re not telling me. It suits you and all. – [Moon] If that’s more
socks in fresh little bags. – Oh, brand new full pack of batteries. – [Moon] What does she need batteries for? – Oh. (Moon laughs) – Oh. – [Moon] The second one. – It’s the other shoe. What’s this? – [Moon] Oh, it’s net thingies. Thighs. – For the legs. – [Dad] It’s what. – Tights. – [Moon] Yeah, tights, nets. Yeah that holds, on top on the thingy. Fishnets, yeah. – I bet you can’t get them in Thomas. – Now the other side. Oh no, I dread to think what’s in here after what’s been in that side. – [Moon] There are here some– – Camouflage bra. So you’re just basically naked. (Moon laughs) – [Moon] Oh, she’s seductive. (laughing) – Do your little dance again. (laughing) (laughing) – [Moon] It’s best bag, that one. This is the bag that
keeps on giving, that. – What’s that? – [Moon] Another fishnet. – Oh my god. – [Moon] And another fishnet. – [Thomas] Dad, why are
you putting the skirt on? (moon cackles) – [Moon] Look. (laughing) Looks like a Scotsman. Look at his bum. A little belt. – Keep your stockings up. (moon laughs) – [Moon] What are these? – [Dad] What’s that? Does that go around
your ankles right there. Oh no it can’t be. – [Moon] Around her thighs. Yeah that’s got, what. – Does that go around the boobs? – [Moon] No, I’m done
with that case, I’m just. What, around the boobs, no don’t, stop it. – It doesn’t go around the boobs? She’s a maid, when she plays to be a maid. (laughter) – We’ve got schoolgirl, we’ve got a maid. Oh my god. – [Moon] Stop it, no. Fishnet yeah, again. But where does that go? – Do these just go on the boobs like this without any straps. – [Moon] No, I can’t believe
you keep touching it and stuff. – 30.
– [Moon] 30, yeah. – So what am I on now? – [Moon] 50– – 95. – [Moon] 58.
(cash register rings) At 85. – I thought we got 65. – [Moon] Yeah, 95. – I’m on 95. Final bag, Ferrari bag. Paid loads for this. Iv’e got high hopes on this now. It’s got to save me. Here we go, all right, front pocket. Uh-huh, it’s all down to
the Ferrari bag, Moon. (zipper opens) This is it. Empty. (zipper opens) – [Moon] What is that? I’ve seen something. – Whoa. What’s that? – [Moon] I don’t know. (laughing) – What, what is it? – [Moon] I don’t know, open it! What is this, biscuits? – What is that? – [Moon] Is it biscuits? Don’t touch it! There’s more! – And that’s it. – [Moon] That’s all that was in it, two bag things of– – Yay! – [Moon] Yeah but maybe
these are cannabis biscuits. – No.
(laughing)