Woman Who Sold Her Farts Now Makes $5k Per Day Selling Boob Sweat
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Remember the woman who made a small fortune selling her own farts in jars? Well, you'll be delighted to know she's back – only this time she's flogging her boob sweat instead. Check it out:
Despite making bank from her gassy goods last year, Steph Matto from Connecticut, US, had to announce her early retirement after she was hospitalised due to the diet she'd been followed.
The self-proclaimed 'fartrepreneur' opted for a fibre-high diet, living off beans and eggs, which didn't go down too well with her insides and led to her experiencing chest pains caused by excess gas.
It must have been a shame for the 31-year-old former reality star, as she was raking in up to $1,000 (£740) per fart jar.
But before you start feeling too sorry for her, Steph's made a full recovery and is now selling her boob sweat instead.
Steph, who previously appeared on 90 Day Fiancé, claims putting a jar together for her fans takes her just 15 minutes, with the social media influencer spending up to four hours a day lounging by her garden pool to get the desired perspiration levels.
If the sun is shining, she claims to be able to fill 10 bottles of sweat jars in just one day, which are then sold at $500 a pop.
"I love sitting by the pool but it's also hard work, don't be fooled," Steph told Jam Press.
"I also have a great set [of breasts]. And smelling the sweat, licking the sweat, would bring fans as close as they can get to them.
"Sometimes it can vary how long it takes [to fill up a jar] as it depends on several scientific factors, mainly the heat, movement and how hydrated I am.
"I try to drink a lot of water and sit as much in direct sunlight as I can.
"I like to call myself the human maple tree and the boob sweat my sap – I sit there and collect my sap the same way a maple tree does."
Once again, her unusual business venture comes with a set of risks, and sitting in the sun for too long is certainly not good for a person's health.
But Steph says she's taking precautions to protect herself, adding: "I'm also trying to practice this craft as safely as possible with a proper SPF moisturiser, however after this past week I have learned that a simple SPF 30 won't be cutting it, since I did burn my chest quite badly.
"With boob sweat I want to do things right. I want to be smart, start off slow and have sustainable growth that doesn't overwhelm my body."
The influencer announced her new product on Instagram last week, and let's just say the online community had some thoughts.
"Get that money but also try a sauna so you don't croak from heat stroke," wrote one, while another quipped: "The Elon Musk of body byproducts."
A third joked: "I am surprised this girl is not selling organs."
Well, as long as she sticks to her safety pledge and keeps lathering on that sunscreen, there's no reason why she can't turn her boob sweat into a lucrative business – it's certainly a step up from fart jars.