HOUSE hunting online can be exhausting – not to mention boring – but one woman got the shock of her life after discovering a seriously dodgy listing online.
The Twitter user was shocked to discover a set of bizarre, badly Photoshopped pics had been used to advertised a flat.
Upon discovering the advert, the woman took to Twitter to share photos of the listing.
She wrote: "Losing my f***ing mind at these apartment listing photos."
The listing features an obviously Photoshopped sofa, kitchen chairs and a potted plant in two rooms.
Fellow Twitter users shared a laugh over the hilarious photos.
One wrote: "It’s like a porn set for paper dolls."
Another said: "OMG where is the couch's reflection? That love seat is a goddamn VAMPIRE LOOK OUT."
A third said: "I can’t stop laughing at this."
Renters and buyers usually like to know what a room looks like kitted out with furniture before they commit to moving in.
In fact, a study from the Appraisal Institute found that vacant houses sold for 6% less than occupied houses and stayed on the market longer.
But if the building is newly renovated or the owner didn't get a chance to take photos of the rooms fully decorated, getting photos of the fully furnished room isn't possible.
This isn't the first time people have been ridiculed for their Photoshop fails – as we told you previously, Instagram stars have been berated for their rubbish attempts to doctor photos.
In other news, people are sharing the best Photoshop fails they’ve ever seen including tiny waists and freaky faces.
And a bloke was banned from Tinder for catfishing… and it was all because of a bizarre Baby Yoda photo.
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