Rare Lego models of Sir Tom Jones that were made to raise money for five Welsh charities are being resold online for forty times their original price.
Just fifty mini figures of the Welsh music legend were created and sold on St David's Day for a minimum donation of £5.
Huge crowds turned up at St David's shopping centre in Cardiff hoping to get their hands on the rare models, with four other Welsh legends also turned into mini figures.
But now some of the owners are trying to sell the Lego pieces online for almost £200 each.
Mini figure Sir Tom was joined by Dame Shirley Bassey, Nessa from 'Gavin and Stacey', Gareth 'Alfie' Thomas and Gareth Bale.
The proceeds were donated to charities Velindre, Pride Cymru, Tŷ Hafan, Valleys Kids and Noah's Ark.
But one seller listed The Voice judge's mini figure on eBay with a starting bid of £199.
The seller promised to give 10 per cent of the profits to charity, but some online buyers have said that is not enough.
One Lego fan said: "Assuming the Sir Tom figure sells for £199.99, that breaks down to £19.99 which the seller will then have to split between the five charities.
"That means they can each look forward to just £3.99, which doesn't even equate to the cost of the figure's original selling price."