A spokesperson for Facebook has confirmed that a translator will be rolled out over the next three months that converts unreadable bollocks on buying and selling adverts into English. 

As a bonus feature, the button will also be made available whenever a post is displayed from a user that has listed ‘Britain First’ or ‘English Defence League’ as one of their interests. 

Facebook’s Head of User Coherence Joshua Onnabatt said: ‘In the 21st Century, it is no longer acceptable in society for someone to lose the opportunity to see a used buggy or an oven with two working hobs just because they spell ‘on other sites’ with a ‘q.’

‘Also, we believe that a lot of Brexit referendum posts were ignored because people just read them and thought ‘Huh? What the hell is a bennelfit feef?’

‘Later in 2017, we will be incorporating a number of bollock dialects within the translator so Facebook users from all over Essex will be able to communicate for the very first time.’

Shell Garridge of Fairfax Drive in Westcliff told our Chief Reporter that the new feature will change her life for the better. 

She said: ‘I’m always messing up on Facebook. Last week I put an advert up saying that I wanted a Bugaboo and that I had ‘gash waiting’ – some of the messages were very rude.’