An ex-cop sold his old memo books on eBay, acknowledging that the daily logs may contain "sensitive information" on witnesses and crime victims.

Retired Sgt. James Giordonello charged $30 or more for his official diaries, which he brashly touted as containing "the good, the bad, and... oh yeah, the ugly" of police work.

"They capture all the details of all the events of a typical day at the office, except the cop's office is the street," Giordonello said in his sales pitch.

"From shootings to missing children, car chases that end in crashes followed by foot pursuits... you can read all about it in 'The Memo Book,'" he wrote.

"If you are looking for a unique piece of NYPD memorabilia, you can't go wrong."

"No two are exactly the same... Extremely rare: More rare than a lottery ticket!!!"

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