Sian Lloyd Twitter post describes traffic jam as 'holocaust'

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Ex-ITV weather presenter Sian Lloyd sparks outrage by calling traffic jam 'holocaust' in 'disgusting' tweet Sian Lloyd took to Twitter to rant about her commute being the 'worst ever' 61-year-old described the traffic jam from Swansea to Neath as a 'holocaust'  Social media users slammed the use of the word and said it was 'shameful' 

By Terri-ann Williams For Mailonline

Published: 16:41 GMT, 19 November 2019 | Updated: 20:24 GMT, 19 November 2019




Sian Lloyd (pictured above) had been going from Swansea to Neath and described the traffic as a 'holocaust'

Sian Lloyd (pictured above) had been going from Swansea to Neath and described the traffic as a 'holocaust' 

An ex-ITV weather presenter has been blasted on social media after she described a traffic jam in her home town of Swansea as a 'holocaust'.

Sian Lloyd was complaining about her journey and said it was the 'worst ever' after it had taken her longer than usual to reach her destination.

The 61-year-old was slammed by Twitter users for the rant which read: 'Yet another traffic holocaust in Swansea today. Probs the worst ever. Over 1 HOUR to get to the Village Hotel from Mumbles. Took sis 1 hr 40 mins to Neath earlier. Everything is wrong about traffic management in Swansea.'

The historical meaning of the word Holocaust refers to the slaughter of millions in concentration camps across Germany and Europe between 1941 and 1945.

It can also mean slaughter on a mass scale or destruction, such as a nuclear holocaust. 

Yesterday afternoon she tweeted that there was a 'traffic holocaust in Swansea' which outraged many of her followers

Yesterday afternoon she tweeted that there

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