Outrage after ad for naked cleaners 'posted on Government jobs website'

The advert for jobs at a company that provides naked cleaners was reportedly posted on the Government’s University Jobmatch website (Picture: Getty)

An job advert for a company that provides naked cleaners sparked outrage after it was reportedly posted on a Government website.

The advert for cleaners who would be “fully clothed, in lingerie or naked” was posted on the Government’s Universal Jobmatch website, the Daily Mirror reported.

The advert for “cleaners with a difference” for a company called Fantasy Cleans was posted alongside ads from other companies for roles including NHS cleaners and British Airways cabin cleaners.

Outrage – the ad was reportedly posted on a government website (Pictures: Fantasy Cleans)

It is reported to have said: “Fantasy Cleans want bubbly, chatty and friendly house proud girls and guys to work on a self employed basis. We look for all ages (21+), shapes, sizes, and nationalities.”

The ad was reportedly spotted by an outraged jobseeker who said it left her “embarrassed and distressed”.

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Fantasy Cleans describes itself as offering a “cleaning and ironing service with a cheeky twist”.

Its website says: “We offer a fully clothed cleaning service, naked cleaning , cleaning in lingerie, and anything you can think of” but it adds: “Please note we do not offer any services of a sexual nature.”

Cheeky – services range from ‘fully clothed cleaning’ to ‘topless cleaning’ (Picture: Fantasy Cleans)

Services range from ‘fully clothed cleaning’ to ‘cleaning in lingerie’ and ‘topless cleaning’ – all from either a ‘Fantasy guy or girl’.

Universal Jobmatch is a service run on behalf of the Government and is an automated system for matching jobs to skills and training.

The Department for Work and Pensions told the Mirror the advert had been removed for breaching the site’s terms and conditions.