UNDATED (CBS) -- Pieces of the infamous "Ballon Boy" balloon are now available as trading cards.
Michael Fruitman, the current owner of the balloon that was part of Colorado's balloon box hoax, has a deal with New York based Topps. the cards are included in the 2012 Topps Baseball Allen & Ginter Relics set.
The helium balloon grabbed the country's attention in 2009 when Richard and Mayumi Heene of Fort Collins, said their six year old son had floated away in it. The parents were charged when it was found the boy was never onboard.
They were ordered to pay $36,000 in restitution. Michael Fruitman obtained the balloon from the Heene's attorney for $2,502 in an auction.