Pieces of the infamous flying saucer that starred in Colorado's balloon boy hoax are now available as trading cards.

Michael Fruitman, the current owner of the balloon, struck a deal with New York-based sports and entertainment card company Topps to use a segment of the Mylar saucer for individual trading cards.

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According to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, the card is included in the recently released 2012 Topps Baseball Allen & Ginter Relics Set.

The silver, UFO-like helium balloon gripped the country's attention in 2009 when the family said their 6-year-old son had floated away in it.

The parents were charged when it was discovered the boy was never onboard and they were ordered to pay $36,000 in restitution.