WATCH | Real Estate returns with ‘clean version’ of controversial home video

A LUXURY SYDNEY home is attracting attention for all the wrong reasons, after a steamy video aimed at selling it was deemed too ‘raunchy’.

Some have described the extravagant video from LJ Hooker Bankstown as “part music video, part softcore porno”.

The video – set to the soundtrack of Worth the Trouble by Cospe – begins with an exterior of 42 Chamberlain Road in Padstow, as a man arrives in a white Jaguar.


We then move inside and track a woman who greets him seductively at the front door before they perform a sexy rumba-style dance (pictured) and pursue each other throughout the four-bedroom, two-bathroom home.

At one point the man even leaps up to walk across the expansive kitchen bench.

In a part deemed ‘too risque’, the pair are seen cavorting on the granite. This snippet has now ended up on the ‘cutting room floor’.

The original video aimed at selling the Padstow pad went viral on Wednesday before it was taken down within hours and LJ Hooker’s head office forced to issue a statement admitting it “missed the mark”.

The video was swiftly removed from the company’s digital and social media channels.

It re-appeared on their social media pages and website on Good Friday with an Instagram caption: “BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND. PS. This is the clean version, you can show the kids”.

The four-bedroom, two-bathroom home is expecting to fetch upwards of $1.7 million at auction in May.