Terrorist organisation ISIS has claimed responsibility for the brutal photo bombing of a Cheshire couple’s holiday photo in London.

Tom and Tammy Simkins, from Trinity Road, Ellesmere Port, had asked a stranger to take their photo while on a night out this weekend in London. The stranger took several photos of the couple, which they immediately uploaded to Facebook without checking. It wasn’t until they started receiving comments on one of their photos that they realised what had happened; they had been the victim of a callous and cowardly photo bomb.

Tammy, speaking to the Bugle, commented:

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I feel violated. How could someone do this?

Her husband, Tom, was in shock and understandably angry at what had happened. He added:

You see these things on TV and never think it will happen to you. I’m not sure how we’ll get passed this.

Earlier this morning the terrorist organisation ISIS claimed full responsibility for the photo bomb, saying it was part of their crusade against the west.

This is the latest in a long line of terrorist photo bombings across London, with no fewer than seventeen photos being ruined by photo bombers this month alone.

What do the Bugle’s readers think about this act of terrorism? Were you in London when this happened? Have you been the victim of a photo bombing yourself?

Let us know in the comments.