This is a problem with iSpot.
Anyone can add an observation or project, leave them for a time and then delete them.
The problem is that in the meantime, others have contributed an ID and comments - which in my opinion makes it unethical for the contribution to be deleted: it is no longer the right of the contributor to decide on the deletion: it must be a group decision of all contributors.
Similarly, the observations or projects are linked to and from, and not only within iSpot, but also in other datasets - such as the iSpot Bayesian Keys, or the southern African e-flora or other sites. It is thus a problem when these turn up bad links.
The iSpot terms and conditions should simply state: you retain full copyright on your pictures, but once posted on iSpot and anyone else has contributed to them, then they cannot be removed except by the site administrator and only under exceptional circumstances. Allowance for adding pictures (and re-ordering), changing titles, locality and description and habitat, and adding tags should be all that is possible for observations, and editing title, description and pictures for projects. Of course this is impractical (e.g. observations with several species, or with some wrong pictures, or projects with faulty filters or polygons), but the spirit is what is important.
What is "savs"??
In this case though, it sounds like this was spam. This is an advert for soccer links and would be inappropriate on iSpot no matter what filters were used. Deletion is definitely the option in this case.