If you grew up in the YouTube age, then you've probably seen one of its most popular videos: "Charlie bit my finger."
The viral clip, which currently has over 800 million views on the site, was first uploaded in 2007 and it became an instant hit. The gist is that a boy named Harry is sitting with his baby brother, Charlie, who playfully takes a bite of Harry's finger. However, when Charlie does it for a second time, he's a little more rough and Harry is *not* pleased.
Although the home video has been one of the most successful uploads for the site, it is sadly going to be taken down at an undisclosed date in the near future. The owners of the video, the Davies-Carr family, decided to auction the viral sensation as a non-fungible token (NFT), and bids came to a close this weekend, when a user named 3fmusic won the bidding with a whopping offer of $760,999.