Fiery “Charlie Bit My Finger” Video Deleted from YouTube After Being Auctioned as NFT for $760,000

The viral hit “Charlie Bit My Finger” video was removed from YouTube after its creator auctioned it off as an NFT for $760,000, according to Forbes. The brief family-style clip, posted to YouTube in 2007, featured baby Charlie biting his brother Harry’s finger. The extended family behind the video (which has garnered 880 million views) put the clip up for auction on the clip’s 14th anniversary. The popular video was scheduled to be removed from YouTube after the auction ended on May 23 to make the winner the “sole owner” of the clip.