ORG XMIT: MNDUH201 FILE - In this Monday, Oct. 20, 2009 file photo, a motorized chair driven by Dennis Anderson of Proctor was operating when he hit a parked vehicle in August of 2008. Proctor’s police chief fears the city will lose a big chunk of revenue after it was forced to repost the sale of the infamous motorized recliner on eBay. The police department recently confiscated the customized lounge chair after its owner was suspected of driving it while drunk and smashing it into a parked vehicle. Police auctioned the chair under the La-Z-Boy brand and received eBay bids topping $43,000 after news of the drunken driving arrest circulated. (AP Photo/Proctor Police Department via Duluth News Trubune, File)

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