WITH self-isolation in full force for many of us, singletons are heading straight to dating apps to cure their boredom, and most will be facetiming before meeting in real life.

MyJobQuote were eager to discover which bedroom interiors, in the background of your video chat, are likely to turn your date off and leave you ghosted.

After conducting a survey of 2,480 people, the survey found a total of 69 per cent would consider ghosting a date if they didn't like their bedroom interiors, and 14 per cent admit that they have already done so.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:

The bedroom background features most likely to turn off your date include:

1 Mattress on the floor (80%)

2 Dirty laundry (71%)

3 Lack of pillows (61%)

4 Alcohol bottle collection (57%)

5 Stolen road signs (43%)

6 A bong (35%)

7 Reptiles (33%)

8 Action figures (29%)

9 Mismatched bedsheets (29%)

10 Flat pillows (28%)

In order to make themselves look more attractive, an additional 73 per cent admit to hiding items in their bedroom before a date gets the chance to see.

Separating males and females, these were the results: Men’s biggest turn-offs:

1 Dirty laundry

2 Alcohol bottle collection

3 Mattress on the floor

4 Lack of bedding/pillows

5 Stolen road signs

Women’s biggest turn-offs:

1 Mattress on the floor

2 Dirty laundry

3 Lack of bedding/pillows

4 Stolen road signs

5 Alcohol bottle collection