A female police officer has been making a bit of cash on the side whilst she was off on sick leave by playing Fortnite wearing racy outfits.
Sergeant Leanne Carr has been livestreaming herself playing the popular battle royale game in a pineapple bikini and other fairly revealing outfits.
She is an avid gamer and has given herself the nickname 'The Pineapple Queen'. She asks gamers to donate money to her online as they watch the stream.
You'd have to imagine that it is worth her while too, given that she keeps coming back to do it.
She has been signed off on sick leave from her job as a police officer in Lincolnshire, though she is now back on the job. She had attracted criticism for posting topless photos of herself on social media in exotic holiday destinations whilst she was off work.
Her sick leave was as a result of stress caused by an internal misconduct inquiry. Her employers, Lincolnshire Police, said that the matter had been dealt with. She returned to work back in January and is now on full details.
Whilst she isn't officially doing anything wrong by live streaming herself, the police did say that they are aware of her social media pages and they will take action if any misconduct takes place.
Detective Superintendent Suzanne Davies said: "When an officer is absent due to illness, regular contact is maintained and they are entitled to do as they wish, including going on holiday, as long as it does not prohibit their return to work as soon as possible.
"I am satisfied this officer returned as soon as she was able."
Even though she is back at work, she still finds time to stream herself playing games on the live streaming site Twitch. Her profile on the site reads: "If you really feel I deserve it please feel free to send anything :)"
She uses her Twitter page to promote her extra-curricular activities, and she regularly advertises her streaming sessions to nearly 3,000 followers.
Despite her employer presumably frowning at her choices, Lincolnshire Police did say that officers are allowed to have a private life as long as no rules are broken. They said: "if standards are breached we will investigate and act accordingly."
Until then, Sergeant Carr is perfectly free to keep on doing what she's doing. If you can make a bit of cash out of playing video games, do it.