An Indonesian fashion designer is selling a $5,000 handbag made from alligator tongue and a human child's spine. Arnold Pultra, an Instagram 'rich kid', claims that his eerie product is 'ethically sourced' from medical surplus in Canada.
The material of the bag compartment is made entirely from alligator tongue. This is 'complimented by the human spine handle and raw edge finishes. Pultra said that the bones were 'medically sourced from Canada with papers' and suggested it was from a company licensed to trade human specimens, which were donated to medical science but are surplus. His life seems to range from lounging on superyachts, private jets, cars and to posing beside a gun-wielding tribe in Ethiopia.