Why mum’s empty Coca-Cola can could be worth £15,000

A mum was baffled when she discovered a Coca-Cola can she’d had delivered was nearly empty – unaware that a sealed empty can may be worth up to £15,000.

Dani Andres, from Bristol, bought a multipack of Diet Coke from Ocado.

When she realised one of the cans inside was empty, she decided to open it on camera, and shared the clip online.

Just three drops can be seen coming out from the tab after she tipped it over, Bristol Live reports.

A quick search online found empty sealed Coca-Cola cans to be selling for up to US$19,999 (£15,545).

There are also listings for US$4,250 (£3,303) and US$2,000 (£1,554).

Some of the listings have up to 40 watchers, waiting to bid for the “rare” item.

She tweeted the company and said: “I swear I’m not some kind of magician but please can someone with skills in sorcery save my Diet Coke Break.”

A spokesperson for Coca-Cola Great Britain said: “We work hard to ensure our drinks reach consumers in perfect condition.

"We haven’t been contacted by the consumer but would be happy to investigate this further if she gets in touch with us.”

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