RIGHTMOVE has removed a property listing from its website, after social media users complained that the advert showed a mural to the British National Party (BNP), which appeared to feature swastikas.

The artwork, which depicts the party's former leader Nick Griffin and the words 'vote BNP', was seen in an image of a three-bedroom property in Didcot.

Swastikas appear to be drawn in far-right figure Mr Griffin's eyes.

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Picture: Kate Redwood

The large poster, which has drawn comparisons with Nazi artwork, reads: "I have no idols... Vote BNP".

And the static caravan no longer appears to be on the market.

Mr Griffin, who was an MEP for north west England, has called the Holocaust 'the holohoax', proposed that the EU should sink migrant boats and that his political ideology can be summed up as: "We must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children"


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He has claimed that men kissing in public is 'really creepy' and that global warming is 'essentially a myth'.

On Twitter, various users took the opportunity to respond with anti-far right memes.

Others were less impressed, calling it 'hideous', 'terrifying', 'tasteless' and a 'wrong move'.

John Self tweeted: "Backwards swastikas. Classic Nazi who doesn’t even know what way round they go."

Anthony Jacques added: "Can't work out if that’s Hitler or a now an ageing Nick Griffin."

Others suggested the poster could be satirical.

The property, which was being advertised for the Estate Agent William Jones, was listed for £187,000 and as a two/three bed mobile home with 'spacious accommodation throughout'.

The poster appears to be 'situated in the L shaped kitchen/living room'.

The BNP was founded by former members of the fascist National Front and has been accused of anti-Semitism, Holocaust denial, and Islamophobia.

William Jones said it would not comment until Monday but website 'On the Market' listed the property as no longer available.

Rightmove did not immediately respond to a request for comment.