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An Australian startup is offering customers the chance to send anyone a lump of coal, Anna Kooiman reported on “Fox and Friends” this morning.

The company is aptly named – “Send Coal.”

“Not nearly as many people have easy access to coal anymore,” explains the firm on its website.

“We managed to find someone in Sydney who sells coal to people for hobbies, and now we're getting a lot of orders,” Regan Kerr, the site’s co-founder, told Mashable Australia.

The company says the coal is packed into burlap sacks and can be sent both internationally and anonymously.

Those looking to get in touch with this old Christmas tradition can place their orders online, and even personalize the gift.

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