Sentient garbage-heaps have been trying to turn a profit selling tickets to Ariana Grande's all-star benefit concert in Manchester this weekend, with reports suggesting prices had reached more than five times the entry market value on online auction site eBay.
One applicant said: "Sort it out".
The concert will take place on Sunday at the Emirates Old Trafford cricket ground near Manchester Arena, with proceeds going to the Red Cross Manchester Emergency Fund.
Others, according to The Sun, were selling tickets for €99.99 (about $152) a pop, while another person had started a bidding process on Twitter from £50 - one of the less egregious resales, being tickets were initially sold from £40.
People are ready to show Manchester some love.
Ticketmaster said: "We understand that there are a number of fans who didn't receive an email this morning with regards to free tickets for "One Love Manchester". We are cancelling tickets of those who are reselling wherever possible".
Michael Dugher, chief executive of industry body UK Music, praised the efforts to clamp down on touting.
Bookings company Ticketmaster said it is re-opening registrations for fans who were at the original show after being inundated with complaints.
Katy Perry, Coldplay, Miley Cyrus, Pharrell Williams, Take That and Niall Horan also will perform.
The BBC will broadcast the concert live on BBC One, and across BBC radio with TV coverage airing from 6.55pm to 10pm, fronted by Sara Cox and Ore Oduba.
They added attendees should use it as a "concert for healing". I am just in bits about it.