NAUGHTY billboards promoting a millionaire Twitch streamer's OnlyFans account have been spotted by stunned drivers.
Streaming mega-star Amouranth, real name Kaitlyn Siragusa, has asked fans to send her photos of the "mysterious" ads.
They've apparently been popping up around Los Angeles.
She's even teased users, suggesting she might give away free access to her OnlyFans account to those who send her a snap of the ads they've seen.
The cheeky billboards play on the famous 7-Eleven shop's branding, transforming it into 24-seven instead.
"Available 24-seven" at the "next wrist stop," the promo says, alongside a racy photo.
The American model reportedly bought her own 7-Eleven store last year for $10million / £7.3million.
It's not clear who created the billboards – both Amouranth and OnlyFans have been approached by The Sun for comment.
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"THESE MYSTERIOUS BILLBOARDS POPPING UP AROUND LA," she tweeted.
"Send me pics if you seen one."
Amouranth is one of Twitch's biggest names, with more than 5.1million followers.
Her controversial hot tub and bikini-clad videos have previously landed her in hot water on the streaming platform.
In May, advertising on her channel was suspended following a string of racy broadcasts, which meant she could no longer make money from videos.
Twitch's terms and conditions ban "fully or partial nudity" including "the visible outline of genitals, even when covered".
Swimwear is allowed, as long as it "completely covers the genitals and those who present as women must also cover their nipples."
Twitch – the world’s biggest streaming site explained
Here’s what you need to know…
- Twitch is a website dedicated to hosting livestreams watched by millions around the world
- The platform is owned by Amazon and largely focusses on video game livestreams
- However, content creators also upload clips of themselves creating artwork or music, or simply having a chat
- Twitch boasts more than 15million daily active users watching clips streamed by around 3million creators
- Its creators make money through a mix of paid subscripions, advertising revenue and donations from viewers
- Some of the site's biggest earners make millions every year, largely through sponsorship deals with big brands
- Twitch is worth an estimated £3billion
- Its biggest competitors are Microsoft-owned streaming platform Mixer, YouTube (which is owned by Google) and Facebook Live
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