New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is raising money for a prostate cancer charity by auctioning off a transcript of a parliamentary exchange.
A news report said that the bidding for a framed copy of the document, signed by Ardern and the political rival she insulted, David Seymour, had reached NZ$45,500 (US$29,000) by Friday.
In the exchange, the PM was overheard calling the political opponent an "arrogant prick."
Ardern later texted an apology to Seymour, and added that she had signed the official transcript with Seymour "in the spirit of good sportsmanship and a good cause."
Seymour also said her insult was not significant and that he hoped the signed document would go "for a lot of money. It's a pretty unusual occurrence and a good cause."
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