Shakeel Ahmed is selling Pakistan’s most ghoulish souvenirs.
The Pakistani contractor is peddling 180,000 bricks from slain Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden’s demolished three-story compound in Abbottabad, according to MSNBC.com.
The discount price: A mere nickel apiece.
Ahmed was hired earlier this year by the Pakistan government to destroy the home where U.S. Navy SEALs gunned down Bin Laden in a daring raid one year ago Tuesday.
After Ahmed tore out everything from the pipes and curtains to the olive trees and bathtubs, the house was bulldozed — leaving the huge pile of bricks on the property.
When the rubble was put up for auction, he paid about $5,300 for the whole lot after other frightened local businessmen declined to bid.
Visitors from across Pakistan began making the trek to the property to buy a piece of blood-spattered history.
Ahmed said he’s now traveling with a bodyguard — just in case Islamic militants find fault with his making a buck off Bin Laden.
“My family is very worried that my life now is in danger,” he told The Daily Telegraph.