Football fans who received free gifts in tribute to Leicester owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha have put them up for sale on ebay.
Some are pledging the money will go to charity, others are not.
Fans have taken to social media to criticise the move as "disgusting" and "disrespectful"
Football fans who received free gifts in tribute to Leicester City's owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha have put them up for sale on ebay.
Bags containing scarves which read "Mr Chairman", badges, programmes and clappers were left on more than 30,000 seats at Saturday's match against Burnley.
Now those items are appearing on online auction site ebay.
This item above is currently for sale for £1,106 with no mention of proceeds going to charity.
Whereas this collection going for £7,100 does say that all proceeds will go to Leicester Hospital's charity.
Other items simply say the money will go to "good charitable use"
The commemorative programme was a hundred pages long and included tributes to the chairman.
Khun Top wrote, "Together, we’ll help each other come to terms with this."
Fans are calling the move to sell the items is "disgusting" and "disrespectful."
Before Saturday's game thousands of people marched through the city centre paying tribute to the late chairman's contribution to the city and the club.
A two-minute silence was held to honour wartime sacrifices as well as the five lives lost.