Last week, the U.S. Marshals Service put Ponzi king Bernard Madoff's Montauk beach house on the market for $8.75 million—and now his Upper East Side penthouse duplex is officially for sale too. The apartment was seized in July and the Post reports it's on sale "for $7.5 million or more" with "its contents — expensive and otherwise — [to] be separately auctioned off."

The Post has video of the apartment and notes, "a huge Oriental carpet sets the stage for ornate ottomans, chairs and sofas" in the living room, which also has a baby grand piano. "In another room, an antique wooden desk sits under a window with his its chair now empty of Madoff’s larcenous rump."

All the proceeds of the apartment's sale and contents will go towards Madoff's many, many victims.