Reality TV star makes whopping £35k a week selling her farts to strangers

A lot of reality TV stars find other ways of making money than just appearing on-screen.

However, one star has quite the unique money-making method as she sells her farts online.

And it seems like it's proving profitable for her, as she claims to have made AUD$70,000 (£38,000) in a week by doing it.

Stephanie Matto built up a large social media following after she appeared on the show 90 Day Fiancé – with her currently boasting 260,000 Instagram followers.

The show, which is similar to Married At First Sight, sees unlikely people paired together to see whether they can walk down the aisle after spending three months together.

And the show has opened up an alternative audience for Stephanie, who has now got into the farting game – with her selling them inside a jar.

Stephanie bottles her flatulence in a glass mason jar, seals the top shut and then mails them out to her supporters for a costly AUD$1,400 (£755) each.

Explaining how she gets her body to pump out a load of gas, Stephanie says she likes to eat some beans, a protein muffin, hard-boiled eggs, a protein shake and some yoghurt for breakfast.

As well as producing a lot of flatulence, some proper pungent smells are also created, according to the star.

As well as the farts, those who purchase a jar get a nice little added touch from the blonde star – some little flower petals and a personalised note.

Stephanie said: "I like to add a little flower petals. I feel like they attach the scent and make it last longer.

"And when I'm finally finished with my jar, I like to leave a personalised note."

Continuing to talk about her trade, she 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, bath water, etc.

"I thought farts were super niche, but also something fun, quirky, and different. It's almost like a novelty item!"

Stephanie says she gets bombarded with requests nearly every day for the farts and is currently trying to keep up with the demand.

We've heard of gas money before, but this just gives the phrase a whole new meaning…

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