Jane Park Is Selling Pictures Of Her Boobs To Raise Money For Charity
Fair enough, she's got enough time on her hands and it's for a good cause. Why not, if there is a market for it?
Park, who - importantly - is now 23, told her nearly 40,000 Twitter followers about her actions. She said: "[I] feel so empowered! I've been selling topless pictures online to men desperate to see my boobs for £50+ & donated the money to charity.
"I feel like Robin Hood. Taking money from wealthier men wanting to perv and giving to the less wealthy who want to eat."
She went on to clarify exactly what she'd been doing, adding: "Before people start asking ... 1) no I don't post full nudes 2) no I'm not skint and 3) no I don't need a new job.
"I already have one, being a landlord for all my property and managing my investments.
"This is purely about feeling empowered and helping others."
Well, isn't that nice?
For once, it seems like people online actually agree. It's rare enough that people are actually nice on the internet, but the response to this seems overwhelmingly so.
One person said: "You do what you need to do & don't feel the need to ever explain, doing what you are & giving it to those less fortunate, is pretty damn good in my eyes, high f'king 5."
Another added: "Fair play to you. They're happy and some charity benefits. Can't knock that one bit."
A third commented: "So proud of you girl. Such an empowering thing to do and amazing that those who are struggling are benefiting from these pervs."
Incidentally, LADbible has messaged Jane to see what charity exactly will benefit from the sale of these pictures, but she's yet to come back to us on that one.
We'll just have to take her word for it.
Since Jane bagged the £1m lottery prize as a teenager, it hasn't all been plain sailing. Jane has previously said that the win actually had a negative effect on her life after she spent a load of the money on holidays, plastic surgery, and cars.
She told The Mirror: "I have material things but apart from that my life is empty. What is my purpose in life?"
"I thought it would make [my life] ten times better but it's made it ten times worse.
"I wish I had no money most days.
"I say to myself, 'My life would be so much easier if I hadn't won.'"
At least with her latest idea she's making life better for others, then.
Featured Image Credit: Twitter/Jane Park