A woman who posted an extremely offensive image online of her friend's butthole as a business page and then had it hidden from any view has faced a social media backlash.

Katie Rowse said she put a flier up advertising her friend's butthole as a business page but had it taken down after complaints from friends.

She said she was surprised when Facebook took the page down.

A Snapchat story shows the offending post on her friend's page and she describes it as "too much”, and “sh*t (sic) all over the place”.

But of the mess, Katie Rowse is now arguing it can be used as a business.

As of right now though, it is not on Facebook’s platform so can not use as a business page. It is not on Snapchat either.

Facebook’s problem isn’t the content in and of itself, that is also not an issue, but in removing it. You have to remove it as a business page, or the page itself becomes banned for life.

They have been the most intense criticism because of the size of their advertising budget.

From eMarketer, "Facebook with $9.1 billion in global ad sales — about 40% of all digital ad sales — is well aware of the power its reputation can hold and the effect its stories can have on the perception of brand safety. Concerns about Facebook aren’t isolated to advertiser complaints. Many users have been complaining about the platform for months.

Another story from The Daily Mail read, “Scathing rant by a businesswoman who claims she was left with a serious case of cyberhate after a Facebook boss accused her of posting an image of her friend’s anus as her business’s page.

The crazy online spat started when Carla Leoni shared a picture of a trip to a beach readtasure with her friend Ursula Harris. The two had planned the holiday in the south of Spain and Carla posted the snap with the caption ‘This is so f**king cute we will keep posting cute pics’.

However, when Ursula accidentally showed it to Carla she was left completely baffled by what had been posted and posted it as a Facebook page ‘with the woman’s name’, which Carla thought was 'so great'.