NEWS: A reality tv star earns $70,000 a week by selling her farts in jars to strangers.

Stephanie Mat­to built an impres­sive fol­low­ing on social media after she appeared on the Aus­tralian show 90 Day Fiancé but now makes over £37,000 with her whiffy busi­ness — which she insists is not for the faint-hearted.

In an Insta­gram post, Stephanie Mat­to said she decid­ed to put her farts on the mar­ket ‘due to pop­u­lar demand’

In an Insta­gram post, Stephanie Mat­to said she decid­ed to put her farts on the mar­ket ‘due to pop­u­lar demand’­Cred­it: instagram/stepankamatto
After her dis­as­trous rela­tion­ship with Eri­ka Owens on the real­i­ty show, Stephanie grew her social media audi­ence to 230,000-strong thanks to her raunchy snaps.

With a large audi­ence at her fin­ger­tips, Stephanie has smelled suc­cess with her lat­est mon­ey-spin­ning move — sell­ing jars of her farts.

In an Insta­gram post, Stephanie reveals that she decid­ed to put her farts on the mar­ket “due to pop­u­lar demand”.

How­ev­er, she informed her fol­low­ers that they could pur­chase these del­i­cate jars of stink on her media plat­form Unfil­trd only for the next ten days.

She bot­tles up her flat­u­lence in a glass mason jar, seals the top shut, and then mails the pack­age out to her sup­port­ers for £750 each.

“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,” she explained in an inter­view with Buzzfeed.

“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!”

Stephanie doc­u­ment­ed the process in a now-viral Tik­Tok last month, reveal­ing her typ­i­cal day, and explained how she gets her body ready to pump out a load of gas.

She said she likes to eat beans, a pro­tein muf­fin, hard-boiled eggs, a pro­tein shake, and some yoghurt for breakfast.

All those ingre­di­ents appar­ent­ly com­bine in her stom­ach to not only pro­duce a lot of flat­u­lence, but also some pun­gent smells.

But she’s also recent­ly start­ed adding a dif­fer­ent ele­ment to her product.

She said: “I like to add 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.”

She also did a tongue-in-cheek Q&A ses­sion about her farts busi­ness, reveal­ing the scent in the jar was “most promi­nent for the first two days”.

Stephanie said she gets bom­bard­ed with requests near­ly every day and she’s now try­ing to keep up with the demand.
Accord­ing to Mat­to, “One whiff makes mem­o­ries that last a lifetime.”

Stephanie doc­u­ment­ed the process in a Tik­Tok video, explain­ing how she gets her body ready to pump out a load of gas.

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