Boxer Ebanie Bridges has admitted she has sold her used and dirty training socks to a desperate Brit for £500.
During a recent training camp, the Aussie flogged her dirty laundry for a tidy sum.
She posted the news on social media, calling her United Kingdom fans "the best"
She tweeted: "I’m a professional boxer and a UK boxing fan has just paid me 500£ to send my dirty training socks to him in the UK. #NotMad #EasyMoney #GetEmWhileTheyreCheap"
"UK boxing fans are the best. Who needs #OnlyFans when you have dirty socks. #JustSaying."
Bridges has so far gone unbeaten in her young boxing career, having won all four of her professional bouts.
Prior to that, the high-school teacher had a very impressive amateur career before turning pro in February 2019.
But when she is not boxing, she has admitted she has received a ton of messages asking her for her dirty laundry.
Bridges added: "The weird thing is, I get way more sock requests than undies.
"So f***ing strange. It's a bargain if you ask me. I was disappointed they didn't want me to sign them.
"There aren't fights at the moment. Got to make coin somehow.
"I have a request inbox full of people interested in dirty socks, sweaty training gear and nude foot photos."
Bridges, nicknamed the Blonde Bomber, has insisted she wants to be known for her fighting - not her glamourous looks.
She wrote on Instagram: "I’ll be the first to admit that when I got into boxing I wanted people to see I can fight and not judge me by looks.
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"I've felt like I’ve always had to prove myself but the more I’ve grown in the sport and met others around the world, the more I've realized it doesn’t really matter.
"I have no problem or shame in embracing my looks and my personality, swearwords and all. Deep down I know I can fight and I know who I am.
"I love who I am and I wouldn’t want to hide my personality or change who I am just because I might be portrayed a certain way to people I couldn’t give two f***s about."