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A man has auctioned his life, including his home, car and friends, for 200,000.

Ian Usher, a British man who emigrated to Australia six years ago, decided to put his entire life up for sale when his marriage broke up, because his belongings reminded him off his ex-wife.

The items were valued at 210,000 but Mr Usher insisted the money is not an important factor.

He said: "I am relatively pleased but I thought it would go a bit higher, if I'm honest.

"But I've no regrets. What's done is done and I'm looking forward to sorting this all out."

The auction included Mr Usher's three-bedroom home in Perth and everything inside it, including his Mazda car, motorbike, jet ski and parachuting gear.

He also sold an introduction to his friends and a trial run in his sales assistant job at a rug shop.

Soon after the auction started, hoax bids totalled almost 1 million for Mr Usher's life, so a registration system was introduced to weed out offers that were not serious.

He added: "It was open season for 18 hours or so and people got a bit over-excited. I was a bit disappointed by the fake bidding, but it didn't surprise me."

Mr Usher, who is originally from Darlington, plans to use the proceeds of the auction to go travelling.