HOUSE-BROWSERS have been left shocked after spotting hilariously bad photoshopped images on a Scots property listing.
The one bedroom flat on Willowbank Road in Aberdeen has been given a digital makeover with dozens of pieces of furniture added into each room.
Images show a digitally imposed television, couch, tables, paintings and beige and red curtains in the living room area.
A wonky bed in the bedroom appears to be floating due to the placement of the image above a digital yellow rug.
A standing wardrobe has been added against the wall alongside a lamp on the bedside table to give buyers an idea of how the room could look furnished.
And a fake towel has been placed on the back of the door in the bathroom in the same blue shade as two photoshopped blue candles placed on the bath.
Lampshades, candles, flowers and various units have been scattered around the property to give a more lived in feel.
Estate agents ASPC listed the property on the market on Tuesday for offers over £64,000.
They said: “We are pleased to offer for sale this spacious one bedroom first floor flat which forms part of the very well-maintained traditional granite building.
“The property offers bright and airy living within the city centre and features a newly upgraded kitchen, along with gas central heating, and double glazing.”
Online house browsers were quick to comment on the interesting images.
One said: “Amazing they paid someone for several hours of work for this.”
Another wrote: “Wow. Are they even allowed to do that? And to ask for work experience lad to do it is too much.”
A third wrote: “Why is there a fridge in the living room?”
A fourth wrote: “A very well-maintained traditional granite building. Maybe it’s the radiation warping the original photos.”