In an effort to cut down on spam on Facebook, the social media network has confirmed that they will soon begin a trial where your vacant home address will be published every time you stick up yet another meaningless and attention-seeking holiday photo.

According to Facebook’s European VP of social affairs Natasha Fackery, the move will mainly be directed at those people who seem to think that they are the first person in the history of the human civilisation to go on fucking holiday.

Ms Fackery added, ‘People seem to post a photo of an airport or a beach just to show their friends that they are going on holiday or a ‘cheeky trip,’ whatever in Greek buggery that means.’

‘How can a trip be cheeky? Can it turn round to you and make an unreasonable demand that you may only go along with because it is smiling when it asks?’

‘Can it? No, of course not. Fuck off Janet.’

‘Therefore, from August 1st 2018, some users may see their vacant home address automatically published alongside that seventieth picture of drinks with umbrellas in, along with all of your house alarm codes and that specific brand of dog treats that will make little Buster fall unconscious for a month.’

‘There will be a sliding scale of sanctions applied.’

‘Those who includes 25 or more hashtags with every photo will return home to a shiny dog turd on their doormat.’

‘To be fair, in a perfect world we would just apply for enforced euthanasia whenever someone uses a 500-character hashtag that nobody in their right mind would ever search for, but there are rules against that sort of thing. For now.’