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    A woman, who earns $30,000 (£23k) a month from making balloon fetish content online has received noise complaints from neighbours about her filming.

    Dasha Daley loves making "looner fetish" content on her OnlyFans account, which she has ran for the last three years.

    The 28-year-old, from Perth, Western Australia, told the Daily Star that the so-called "side niche" started "unexpectedly" but has became an "enjoyable experience".

    READ MORE: Sex worker says weirdest request she's had involved being naked with balloons

    She said: "It all began unexpectedly when one of my OnlyFans subscribers sent me a large airship balloon (it’s about 6 feet tall), accompanied by a special request for a custom video.

    "The request involved me riding the big balloon naked until it pops/ bursts.

    "I found that creating this unique and exhilarating video turned out to be an incredibly enjoyable experience and made me want to explore this fetish more.

    "I was inspired to share it on TikTok, where it garnered significant attention and connected me with a global community of fellow looners.

    "This surge in interest led to an influx of subscribers who eagerly requested more balloon related content."

    However, it doesn't seem her neighbours have had the same experience, as she shared a video claiming they complain about the noise involved.

    In the clip, which has gained more than 11,000 views, she explained: "I just had my first noise complaint yesterday from my neighbour. He came downstairs, knocked on my door and told me off for popping balloons.

    "Now I try to calm him down and I was just like, 'Look, I do this for work. I create content with balloons.' I didn't tell him to what extent that I do it and that I make spicy content.

    "He doesn't need to know that, but he's really bothered by everything and he couldn't care less that it's my job and this is my livelihood. He just laughed.

    "And then he just told me that he's going to take it further if it doesn't stop."

    She said that he's renting his apartment but she owns hers so feels like she is "able to do whatever I want".

    "I'm just going to continue that because popping balloons is how I make my money," she added.

    "This is how I pay my mortgage. So the person upstairs needs to understand that. And by the way, I do this at a reasonable hour. I don't do it after 6pm.

    "If he's so bothered, then bad luck. In fact, I'm going to pop a balloon right now. I haven't done it since yesterday and see how he likes that."

    TikTok users were left divided over the clip with some claiming she should have more consideration for her neighbours.

    One user said: "Dude he is right, you cant make so much noise all of the time."

    Another argued: "Keep going you have the right to do what you want."

    A third suggested: "Maybe you can do somethings to sound insulate the room a bit?"

    "You have every right to keep doing it, I totally agree with you beautiful," a fourth wrote.

    The racy model claims the niche has made her stand out on the "saturated and competitive market" of OnlyFans and claims to earn up to $30,000 (£23k) a month from it.

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    Explaining what she does for content, Dasha said: "While some video requests are relatively simple, involving tasks like inflating balloons and engaging in playful interactions, others encompass more intricate balloon-popping methods (sit popping and blow to pop are the most popular) and balloon-riding escapades.

    "The majority of requests maintain a non-nude context, although a subset does venture into explicit territory.

    "I've recently embarked on creating explicit content (sex tapes) involving balloons in collaboration with my partner which also sells really well and is in high demand.

    "I didn’t realise there would be such a high demand for it and the success I would have. I also absolutely love this niche and it is a creative and fun outlet for me. "

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