Woman creeps out Twitter after sharing 'unsettling' addition to hotel room

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It's fair to say that sometimes sleeping in an unfamiliar bed, particularly when you're a long way from home, can sometimes be quite a creepy experience - especially when you're at a hotel and you don't know who's slept in it before you.

But this week a woman's post on Twitter has gone viral after she shared an image of something rather out of place in a British hotel room.

The image in question was first shared on Twitter by a user who goes by the name of Emily Brand. Emily drew the attention of her followers to a seemingly-nondescript hotel in Somerset, England.

Brand was left very much disturbed by the interior decoration in one of the rooms, which featured a very LARGE and unsettling picture of a historical British monarch.

Yes, as you can clearly see from Brand's tweet below, one of the walls of the room was dominated by a huge and creepy mural of King George III, which freaked Brand out enough for her to share a picture with the world.

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Taking to Twitter, Brand shared the disturbing image with her followers, and captioned the post:

"Got to admire the balls of this hotel to create the most boring-looking room in the world & then be like, f** it let’s put a massive golden George III on the wall lol. [sic]"

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As if that wasn't enough, Emily also shared an image of another room at the hotel, which featured a similar fresco, and wrote: "Better or worse that they've gone for poor Queen Charlotte's crotch in the otherwise decidedly un-luxury suite next door?"

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Her post quickly went viral, accruing over 2,000 likes and over 200 comments as of the time of writing, with many people agreeing with Brand's assessment that the design was a little ostentatious.

For instance, a number of commenters shared images of Mindhunter actor Jonathan Groff in-character as George III in the musical Hamilton, and another person wrote:

"There’s a George Washington-themed hotel in DC. The wallpaper is his handwriting and the pillows are his...uniform? Comparatively very subtle, apart from the giant horse-shaped lamp in the lobby."

Take a look at some of our favorite Twitter reactions below:

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[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/MsEmilyAnarchy/status/1318085672826294273]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/thebobevans/status/1318130155961880576]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/AGongoozlerjon/status/1318011621386686464]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/randointerneter/status/1318126303057412097]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/guineagibbs/status/1318253466217840648]]

So, would you be willing to sleep in a room with King George watching you all night? Let us know if you think you're brave enough in the comments below.

Woman creeps out Twitter after sharing 'unsettling' addition to hotel room

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By VT

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It's fair to say that sometimes sleeping in an unfamiliar bed, particularly when you're a long way from home, can sometimes be quite a creepy experience - especially when you're at a hotel and you don't know who's slept in it before you.

But this week a woman's post on Twitter has gone viral after she shared an image of something rather out of place in a British hotel room.

The image in question was first shared on Twitter by a user who goes by the name of Emily Brand. Emily drew the attention of her followers to a seemingly-nondescript hotel in Somerset, England.

Brand was left very much disturbed by the interior decoration in one of the rooms, which featured a very LARGE and unsettling picture of a historical British monarch.

Yes, as you can clearly see from Brand's tweet below, one of the walls of the room was dominated by a huge and creepy mural of King George III, which freaked Brand out enough for her to share a picture with the world.

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/EJBrand/status/1317964753998729216]]

Taking to Twitter, Brand shared the disturbing image with her followers, and captioned the post:

"Got to admire the balls of this hotel to create the most boring-looking room in the world & then be like, f** it let’s put a massive golden George III on the wall lol. [sic]"

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/EJBrand/status/1317974386318725120]]

As if that wasn't enough, Emily also shared an image of another room at the hotel, which featured a similar fresco, and wrote: "Better or worse that they've gone for poor Queen Charlotte's crotch in the otherwise decidedly un-luxury suite next door?"

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/randointerneter/status/1318126303057412097]]

Her post quickly went viral, accruing over 2,000 likes and over 200 comments as of the time of writing, with many people agreeing with Brand's assessment that the design was a little ostentatious.

For instance, a number of commenters shared images of Mindhunter actor Jonathan Groff in-character as George III in the musical Hamilton, and another person wrote:

"There’s a George Washington-themed hotel in DC. The wallpaper is his handwriting and the pillows are his...uniform? Comparatively very subtle, apart from the giant horse-shaped lamp in the lobby."

Take a look at some of our favorite Twitter reactions below:

[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/Clairamel/status/1317974472561954816]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/MsEmilyAnarchy/status/1318085672826294273]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/thebobevans/status/1318130155961880576]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/AGongoozlerjon/status/1318011621386686464]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/randointerneter/status/1318126303057412097]]
[[twitterwidget||https://twitter.com/guineagibbs/status/1318253466217840648]]

So, would you be willing to sleep in a room with King George watching you all night? Let us know if you think you're brave enough in the comments below.