An art exhibition which created a fake history of a disabled terror group has been reinstated by Facebook.
Reasonable Accommodation by Justin Edgar sparked controversy and was removed from the social media platform under its hate speech guidelines.
The exhibition traces the history of a fictious group that carried out arson attacks and other violence in pursuit of civil rights for disabled people.
Facebook users took offense to the use of words like "spastic" and "cripple", which the artist says were used to draw attention to the way disabled people are treated.
"It is 25 years since the Disability Discrimination Act was launched and this exhibition is designed to promote debate on how far disabled people’s rights have actually come," Edgar said.