The listing instantly received dozens of bids – with the highest offer sitting at £155 for the high-tech cooking accessory

A blundering eBay seller listed an air-fryer for sale – but included a nude selfie in the images by mistake.

The seller listed four snaps of their Ninja Foodi MAX Multi-Cooker for auction on eBay earlier this week.

However, a fifth image featured a topless woman in her 20s standing in front of the mirror wearing nothing but a pair of black knickers.

The listing instantly received dozens of bids – with the highest offer sitting at £155 for the high-tech cooking accessory.

It had seven days still remaining on the auction time before it was removed from the selling site.

However, before it was taken down, an eagle-eyed online shopper spotted the raunchy listing and posted it on Twitter earlier this week.

They wrote: “Anybody in the market for an air fryer? There’s a brilliant offer on eBay.

“Not sure if she comes with it or not.”

The tweet was removed shortly after sharing the listing.

This is not the first time a blundering eBay seller has made the headlines.

In June 2016 it was reported that a seller accidentally photographed her breasts in the reflection of a CD case that she was trying to sell.

In a similar instance to the air fryer incident, one Facebook seller accidentally included a topless selfie when selling a cream sofa.

Another woman trying to sell a yellow prom dress accidentally snapped herself in a mirror, wearing nothing but a black bra.

One man also sold a kettle not realising his naked body was reflected in the stainless steel.

Several others have been caught exposing themselves accidentally with their reflections caught in mirrors, CD covers, TV and computer screens.

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