Convicted Australian drug smuggler Schapelle Corby has been photographed with a boogie board, the infamous item that saw her jailed in Bali.
Corby posted the image on Instagram of her at a sun-kissed beach holding a blue boogie board, the Courier Mail reported.
"Thanks to the guys at @dragboardco for thinking of me & seeing me as a fellow body booarder," she told her 202,000 followers.
"Looking forward to getting back in the water when this leg of mine is restored."
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Corby injured her leg soon after returning home to the Gold Coast in May following her deportation from Bali, where she served more than 12 years behind bars and on parole for trying to smuggle drugs into the country.
She spent the bulk of her time in Kerobokan Prison, and the last three years on parole.
The boogie board makers replied to Corby's message, posting: "The only thing we here @ DRAG find Schap guilty of is being completely and utterly DRAG addicted beyond any reasonable doubt, and hereby issue a life sentence of cutty revs out dbah. Welcome to the family."
She was arrested after more than 4kg of marijuana was found in her boogie board bag at Denpasar Airport in 2004.
Corby celebrated her 40th birthday earlier this month.