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William Shatner's Kidney Stone Fetches $25,000

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williamshatner.jpgNo kidding. Internet casino website Golden Palace actually shelled out $25,000 for the…item. The whole amount will go to a good cause, though.

“When I was contacted about selling my kidney stone to GoldenPalace.com for an original price of $15,000 I turned it down knowing that my tunics from Star Trek have commanded more than $100,000. I offered the stone, stint and string for $25,000 and informed them that 100% of the proceeds would go to benefit Habitat for Humanity and I retain visitation rights”.

Yep, he’s still got it. How many kidney stones would actually raise such an amount, I ask you?

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