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Someone Actually Paid $15,000 for These Melons

Here's hoping they tasted amazing

Would you ever consider an apple or a bag of cherries a luxury? In Japan they are, considering that apple will run you about $25 and the cherries about $100, and you have to buy them at a specialty fruit shop.

This explains why someone in Japan just dropped more than $15,000 for a pair of Yubari melons (a variety of cantaloupe).

Related: This all-fruit diet can transform your life.

Sound crazy? Well, Japan isn't the only country growing extreme fruit. In England they're growing a single pineapple that's now on sale for a staggering $15,000. I'm guessing whoever buys it is in for some delicious fruit salad (at least I hope).

Weigh in: Can you ever imagine paying that much for a piece of fruit?

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