Goats, boys boxers and Geisha wigs are among the unusual items being sold off by a controversial Christian 'cult' from New Zealand.
Secretive sect Gloriavale have been selling the items through their Trade Me account since 2004, listing more than 230 pieces in the last month alone.
Managed by a man named John from Greymouth, the sect's site has racked up nearly 6,000 positive reviews since it began and offers special prices on everything from live animals to plane parts.
New Zealand 'cult' Gloriavale (pictured) have been selling a range of bizarre items through their Trade Me account since 2004, listing more than 230 pieces in the last month alone
Goats (pictured), boys boxers and Geisha wigs are among the unusual items being sold off by the controversial Christian community
Among the more bizarre offerings is a white billy goat, with bids on the animal starting from $250.
The three-year-old, named Hector, is reportedly on sale because his blood line has resulted in too many potential female mates.
'We have several daughters and sisters of him, so we have had to purchase an unrelated Billy,' the ad read.
While the community have also listed 11 'quality' Geisha Girl wigs that 'fit most adults' and come with bows.
The start price for the washable costume pieces is $16, a steal from their reported retail price of $35.
Plane parts are also available, including a Cessna baggage compartment for $100 and spark plugs or oil filters for $38 a piece.
White billy goat Hector (pictured), is among those items on sale, with bids on the animal starting from $250
The community have also listed 11