A 10-year-old schoolboy is cashing in on the UK's thirst for a new energy drink by selling empty bottles on eBay.
Many Britons have been going to great lengths to get their hands on a bottle of Prime, an energy drink that was launched last year.
The drink, created by YouTube stars Logan Paul and KSI, is so sought after in the UK that reports suggest it is selling online for as much as £100 a bottle, even though it retails for £1.99.
One "little Del Boy" cashing in on the craze is 10-year-old Charlie Smith, from Nottingham, who has taken to selling empty bottles at a 17% profit on his mother's eBay account.
Watch: Schoolboy makes profit by selling empty bottles of Prime on eBay
Charlie queued up to buy the drink at the supermarket last month, and buys empties from other youngsters for £1 a pop.
His father, Adam Smith, 38, said: 'We think it's stupid that he's buying drinks that they're obsessed with for £2.
"But we can't argue with him because he's getting his money back on it.
"It's very normal for Charlie. He's very good with his money. He thinks it's brilliant that he can drink it for free.
"He likes trying to buy and sell anything to make a profit. Charlie's a bit like a little Del Boy."
In his first sale, Charlie earned £12 for selling five empty bottles of Prime.
The schoolboy said: "I love it, I love making money. I want to be a businessman when I'm older."
Before Christmas, he started using a Prime tracking app which updates customers on the stores that have the drink in stock.
His empty bottles are being bought for £2 more than the drink's retail price.
His father said: "He got above the retail price of what they sell for a full bottle, which is ridiculous.
"Now he's trying to buy them off other people empty for £1 to try and resell them.
"He's got about 25 in his bedroom now. He's been going through eBay but he was going to try and do Facebook Marketplace as well because there are other things there."
Prime, which has a sponsorship deal with Arsenal FC, comes in a range of fruit flavours.
Rapper KSI has criticised shops that have been reportedly reselling new bottles above the retail price.
There have been reports of people paying £15 for a bottle in local corner shops.