Irish dad who makes €50k a month to open up on OnlyFans experience in new documentary tonight
"They ask for me to piss into a hot water bottle and send it to them."
An Irish dad who makes €50k a month will open up on his OnlyFans experience in a new documentary airing tonight.
Mattie Gilbert, aka the Irish Viking, is set to reveal how he left his job as a barber once his shop was forced to close during Covid to focus exclusively on the platform, with his wife Maria Smirnova also leaving her job as a nurse to join the subscription service soon after.
Maria quit her job as a nurse after seeing how her long-term partner was making "as much in a day as she would be making in a month."
"I was like oh my God, I can't believe how much money that is, I have to kill myself in work to get that same amount," she said.
"Maybe nursing in other countries is better and maybe there is more money in the likes of Australia or Canada but in Ireland they're just taking the piss , especially this whole year, what did they get a clap?"
Gilbert revealed that he has received a number of somewhat bizzare requests since joining the platform, however, the website allows the newly-weds to rake in an incredible amount of cash every month.
Discussing foot fetish content in the new documentary, Gilbert added that some people have even asked him to send them "piss in a hot water bottle".
"People ask if you have any feet content, can I see the soles of your feet? Can you start your video from your feet up?," he said.
"Then it goes as far as people asking can you wear your socks? Can you keep your socks on? They ask for me to piss into a hot water bottle and send it to them.
"I think they offered like $300 or something, it's one of the requests I didn't follow through with. They said they wanted to drink my piss from the bottle."
The programme set to his screens later tonight will look at the lives of Gilbert and Smirnova as well as a number of other major Irish OnlyFans creators.
Only Fans: Ireland's X Rated airs tonight at 9pm on Virgin Media One or live stream on Virgin Media's free player.