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Ireland Bride-to-be leaves people horrified by 'disease-ridden nails' in ring photo

22:40  15 november  2019
22:40  15 november  2019 Source:   msn.com

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a hand holding a cellphone: A bride-to-be has left people disgusted by the state of her nails (file photo) © Getty A bride-to-be has left people disgusted by the state of her nails (file photo)

A bride-to-be has left people horrified by the state of her "disease-ridden bacteria-filled" nails after sharing a ring photo.

The picture shows a silver ring with a huge diamond in the middle as well as other smaller diamonds around the twisted band.

But people seemed disinterested in the ring and instead appeared to be distracted by what was 'living under' her nails.

One said they looked like they were filled with bacteria, claiming the photo had made her sick in her mouth, The Sun reports.

It's thought the photo was sent to a friend who posted it on Facebook .

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One harsh critic said: "I threw up in my mouth when I saw those hideous disease-ridden, bacteria-filled nails."

a close up of a hand: People seemed concerned by the 'bacteria' under the nails © Provided by Reach Publishing Services Limited People seemed concerned by the 'bacteria' under the nails

Another wrote: "Why people just why? Your eyes can't see that nail bacterial smorgasbord as you posted that atrocious ring.

"Bleach and toothbrush RIGHT NOW."

The criticism continued, with one saying: "Ew to the ring and what is living under her nail."

Earlier this year Mirror Online reported on another bride-to-be's unusual engagement ring which was compared to a "pair of tweezers" and a "taser gun".

Users were quick to slam this ring's unusual V-shaped design © That's It, I'm Ring Shaming/Facebook Users were quick to slam this ring's unusual V-shaped design

Close up photos of the ring were shared in Facebook group "That's It, I'm Ring Shaming", with the caption "A ring only 'slightly acceptable' from one angle".

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The unusual 'V' angle design garnered mixed reactions from users, and many were quick to lash out.

One said: "Oh no. Its colours don’t even match!"

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