A farm says its bloodied zombie girl Halloween image might have to be withdrawn from the side of buses.
Tulleys Farm near Turners Hill says it is waiting on a decision by the Advertising Standards Authority after complaints it is too scary.
In a statment Stuart Beare, organiser of the Tulleys Farm Shocktober Fest event, which the image advertises, said: “We do not intend to cause offence to anyone. The image of the zombie girl on our advertising is no worse than many images you’ll see at this time of year in newspapers and magazines, on the Halloween costumes in the supermarket isles and even kids TV programmes.
“We have been running our Halloween events for over 15 years, and they are extremely popular with up to 5000 people a night going through the six haunted houses and rides. We are waiting for the Advertising Standards Authority to come back to us with their judgement to see if we have to take the ads off the buses.”