A small town in the UK has found itself on the receiving end of some not very flattering advertising from TripAdvisor.
Droitwich, home to 20,000 people in the county of Worcestershire, is perhaps better known for its Roman origins, "cobbled high street and packed festival calendar".
It is also home to a number of luxury hotels and lido - all of which visitors might expect to feature on the pages of the global review site.
A recent online advert produced by TripAdvisor had the rather unfortunate image of zombies walking about in a rather bleak landscape, decked out in military uniforms and perhaps set on terrifying residents and visitors.
Not the image either locals or tourism bosses would probably like to see fronting their town.
The matter was brought to the attention of TripAdvisor after triggering some less than happy reactions on social media.
TripAdvisor says when it highlights a particular destination it often uses an image of a local hotel, restaurant or attraction already featured on the site.
In the case of Droitwich, an official says, one of the highly rated things to do in Droitwich is a "Zombie Boot Camp".
The official continues:
"Upon further review, we recognise that this image may confuse some consumers, so we are working to select a new image for any future advertising featuring Droitwich."
Huge sigh of relief, then, for the residents of Droitwich and prospective tourists - it's safe to go out at night in the town.
NB:Shocked man image via Shutterstock. Zombie screengrab via Droitwich Advertiser.