House hunters left in stitches by listing with badly Photoshopped pictures

A flat listing has gone viral on Twitter after one user spotted the truly bizarre photos used in the advert.

When house hunters are looking online for a new place to call home, furniture can act as a good reference point in determining the true size of the space from the photos.

So when faced with an empty flat, it appears those responsible for one listing decided the best thing to do was to cleverly edit in some furniture to give it the lived-in look.

Unfortunately the idea was a lot better than the execution, with writer @Caitiedelaney posting the photos on social media with the caption: “Losing my f***ing mind at these apartment listing photos.”

The first, which shows a space simply identified as a ‘great room’, shows a grey sofa dropped in seemingly almost at random, with no consideration for room layout.

It appears to have too many legs, a strip of carpet which sneaked through the editing process unnoticed, and no reflection in the mirror – leading to some suspecting it may be a vampire.

The incredible kitchen, which pretty much sells itself, is given an over-sized plant pot placed on the island, distracting from the marble worktops and hanging lights.

There’s also the addition of two breakfast bar stalls, which must have been tricky to cut out as the legs look like a total mess, with one stall even appearing to come out of the frame.

The tweet has racked up more than 50,000 likes, with one writing: “That couch is gonna scuttle away like a land crab.”

A second said: “Ohhhh pre furnished!”

Another replied: “Clearly that’s a bedroom with mirrored closet doors. Whaddya tryin’ to pull here?”