Stars from popular Bristol-based drama Skins have taken time out from filming in order to support an NHS campaign to raise awareness about chlamydia.
Two of the actors, Ollie Barbieri who plays JJ and Megan Prescott, who stars as Katie, unveiled a mural sponsored by the NHS in Stokes Croft in the city.
The new artwork is part of a week-long programme to encourage sexually active 15 to 24-year-olds to take a test for the infection.
Chlamydia is the most commonly sexually transmitted infection among that age group and the campaign is being backed up by a team who have taken to the streets of Bristol to hand out tests for the infection to young people. If caught, it can usually be treated with a short course of antibiotics.
Mr Barbieri delivered a stark message, saying: "Get tested, get treated - it's as simple as that."
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