Many people come up with alternative ways to make money these days other than just your typical 9-5 job.
And influencer Stephanie Matto has come up with one of the most unique ways we've heard of making cash yet – by selling her boob sweat.
After a stint on TV show 90 Day Fiance, Stephanie, 30, began selling the sweat in jars to fans.
And she's making a pretty penny from it – earning $500 (£400) per jar.
Stephanie, who used to sell her farts in a jar, has been sharing her business secrets on TikTok on her @stepankamatto account.
In one video, she tells her followers 123,700 followers that anyone can do it.
She exclaimed: "All you need is bottles, sun, cha-chas, and sit out like a maple tree for hours!"
After working up a sweat, Stephanie then puts the sweat into little vials that she sells to fans.
In another TikTok video, she talks about how the jars of sweat cost $500, and in another, she reveals she's had 50 orders in one week.
The means she's made $25,000 (£20,000) for sitting in the sun for a few hours.
Stephanie, who's original from Derby, Connecticut, gained overnight success selling "farts in a jar" to fans through her business site, Unfiltrd.
In an Instagram post, she revealed she decided to put her farts on the market “due to popular demand”.
However, she told her followers that they could purchase the jars of her flatulance on her media platform Unfiltrd only for the next ten days.
She revealed in a TikTok video that she made over $50,000 (£40,000) in a single week from the venture.
Talking about her alternative businesses, Stephanie previously told Buzzfeed: "Working on my own adult-friendly platform these past few months has made me very aware of the different types of niches and markets that are out there.
"Over the years, I've gotten a few messages from men and women wanting to buy my worn bras, panties, hair, bathwater, etc.
"I thought farts were super niche, but also something fun, quirky, and different. It's almost like a novelty item!"
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