Premier Inn, a hotel chain in the UK, is reportedly in talks to insure the bottom of its "Director of Bed Bouncing (DOBB)" for a whopping £4 million, it has been reported.

The job of 39-year-old Natalie Thomas involves the checking of the softness of the guests' beds. She has to test 24 beds a day as part of her job, according to the Daily Express report.

The hotel management has tasked Natalie with the job as they are impressed with her unique ability to test the smallest bump or lump in the mattresses.

The DOBB is treating her prized derriere with special care and Natalie avoids wearing materials like denim jeans which may lessen sensitivity, said the newspaper report.

"I absolutely love my new job - it's a dream come true. While it can be fun bouncing on beds, I take my job very seriously as making sure every guest gets a good night's sleep is of paramount importance to the hotel," the Daily Express has quoted Natalie as saying.

Natalie, from Luton, Bedfordshire, has to travel across the city to test the beds in Premier Inn's 602 hotels spending 20 minutes on each bed.

With this step, Premier Inn would be following the footsteps of Jennifer Lopez who had insured her bottom for £18 million.

Premier Inn, the UK's biggest budget hotel chain, is reported to have plans to open 20 new hotels across the country in locations like Leicester Square, Blackfriars, Old Street, Holborn and Islington.