A Swansea wedding venue's tweet advertising for 'slightly OCD' staff has been labelled 'disgusting' by mental health campaigners.
Fairyhill in Reynoldston advertised various jobs on Twitter after a recent renovation.
The tweet has been met with a number of angry responses from various people calling for the venue to reconsider the advert, labelling it 'disgusting' and 'inappropriate'.
One user responded: "I do have OCD. It’s got nothing to do with liking my cutlery straight, though.
"It’s more about distressing and intrusive thoughts of horrific self-harm and unbearable anxiety that my partner will die. So you might want to reconsider that advert."
Another added: "OCD can increase vulnerability to suicide up to 10 times. It ruins lives. It’s worth reconsidering this."
Cerith Jones said: "I know others have said this already, but please do amend this. OCD isn’t as simple as wanting your cutlery in order, and the choice of words and images in this is damaging.
"Please change it. It’s a poor advert for a really nice place."
Leading national charity OCD-UK have also called the advert inaccurate and inappropriate.
Fairyhill have now issued an apology and removed the advert this afternoon:
For years Fairyhill was a go-to destination for tourists and diners on the Gower before becoming exclusively a wedding venue. It recently underwent a £1 million refurbishment.