Everyone's thinking of changing careers after being baffled by Kinky Britain

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So it turns out there's a whole bizarre kinky world going on behind the scenes in Britain. And it pays a LOT of money.

Channel 4´s latest documentary Kinky Britain explores some of the downright mind-boggling stuff people will pay good money to watch - including covering faces with cream, cleaning out ears and so-called "roll neck shaming".

The first couple the doc followed around were BDSM-lovers Joceline and Howell - who ended up quitting his job as a physics university lecturer because he was earning so much more as an amateur bondage film maker.

the couple tie each other up (Screengrab/Channel 4)
(Screengrab/Channel 4)

Then there was Michelle, who makes money by filming herself biting into Gummy Bears, squashing her feet into meringue and popping balloons. Yes, you did read that sentence correctly.

a woman eats a gummy bear on camera (Screengrab/Channel 4)
(Screengrab/Channel 4)

There was also Camurun and her female wrestling business which involves no sex at all - just some good old fashioned lifting, carrying and smashing onto the floor fun. And sometimes dressed as "Spiderman".

And finally, just when we were starting to think things couldn't possibly get any stranger, there was film maker Miguel who creates and stars in perspective fetish videos which make him look tiny and as if he's being picked up and carried around by "giant" (or just normal sized) women.

a scene from a fetish video with the star looking tiny (Screengrab/Channel 4)
(Screengrab/Channel 4)

It's given people loads of ideas of how they could get involved in this lucrative business.

If there are mass resignations at work tomorrow, you know why.