GARDEN SWING ADVERT BANNED FROM
WHEN selling items online, it’s a good idea to photograph your goods from all angles and to ensure that the lighting is bright to make every detail stand out…
Unfortunately, Clive and Joanne Hungerford showed off their own goods in rather too much detail when they tried to sell their garden swing seat on eBay.
For the Wolverhampton pair included a snap of themselves HALF NAKED on the striped seat – and the photo got the ad promptly banned by site administrators.
But not before the seat had amassed a staggering 2,356 ‘ watchers’!
Clive, 57, said last night: “It was our first time selling on eBay. A friend told us it was a good idea to make your item stand out; there are hundreds of garden seats for sale and we wanted to make an impact.
“As we’re both swingers, we often pose naked on contact sites so we decided to make our ad stand out. I took my pants off and Joanne wore her best boobsout lacy number.
“We certainly made an impact but then the ad was taken down.
“In the end, we got £ 30 for the seat flogging it via a card in the newsagent’s window. Obviously we didn’t use the nude picture. Kiddies go in the newsagent for sweets and poppers.”
A glance at the eBay image guidelines makes no specific mention of sellers posing nude with their item for sale, though the overview of guidelines for adult material states: “Sexuallyoriented adult material is meant for people who are 18 years and older.
“We allow the sale of this material, but you can only list these items in the Everything Else > Adult Only category.
“Nudity, defined as ‘ male/ female genitalia, anus, or female breasts where the areola or nipple is visible’ is restricted.”
But a source said: “We would have thought that was common sense not to pose with your cock out on a swing seat.” TAKEN DOWN: The ad that Clive posted on eBay DARING: Clive and Joanne thought the naked advert would get a good response for their swing
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