KOURTNEY Kardashian urged fans not to use plastic containers – before showing off her refrigerator full of them.
The KUWTK star, 41, appeared to go against her own message by displaying dozens of plastic bottles stacked on the shelves.
Kourtney wrote alongside the photo on her Instagram Stories: "Quarantine OCD kicking in.
"I'm making an effort to not buy plastic containers so to those using boxes, glass or other plastic alternatives, thank you, and to any plastic I have here, I won't be buying anymore."
The mom-of-three added: "So can you PLEASE change to no plastic."
It's not the first time the Poosh founder has encouraged her followers to be more environmentally conscious.
Kourtney – who recently enjoyed a lavish getaway to Lake Tahoe – previously suggested fans make small changes in their daily routines by switching to biodegradable garbage bags and buying reusable water bottles.
Meanwhile, the E! star hit the headlines this week when she shared a post about 'autosexuality' on Poosh.
The reality star's lifestyle website claimed that 'most people are' autosexual – where you're turned on by yourself.
The article, written by sex expert, writer and therapist Casey Tanner, goes on to reveal autosexuality is "'a trait wherein one is turned on by engaging in their own eroticism."
She explains: "While masturbation is an example, autosexuality may extend beyond sexual behaviour to include feeling a longing or desire for oneself.
"It can also be the ability to turn oneself on through looking at, visualising, touching, or smelling oneself."
Elsewhere, Kourtney told her friend "get me pregnant" after fans speculated that she has a "baby bump" in recent photos she posted.
Kourtney sparked pregnancy speculation when she posed in a pink bikini in photos taken from a Mexican vacation in 2018.
She quickly shut down the rumors, telling a fan: "Two years ago, not pregnant, too many chips and guacamole."
Earlier this year, she was forced to clap back after fans claimed she appeared to have a baby bump, telling them that she'd simply put on a "few extra pounds".
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