A spectacular video for a modern property in Sydney has been the focus of attention worldwide – though perhaps not the kind of attention the producers had hoped for.

The video, apparently conceived for the 42 Chamberlain Road in Padstow, southwest of Syndey, is an unironic and bombastic move through the glittering, contemporary elements of the building.

Viewers are taken on a virtual tour of the house and treated with the antics of a dancing couple who seems to have access to the house, which has few possessions.

It begins with a man inexplicably parking a white Jaguar halfway across the sidewalk rather than driving him into the hotel's large underground car park a few feet in front of him.

He steps in Chelsea boots, but without socks, and forces himself to walk around the awkwardly parked car before deliberately plunging into the house, as bass-heavy music theatrically rises.

A woman opens the door for him, and without saying hello closes the door and the couple starts a fancy dance around the house, including a costume change, and the guy jumps his boots in the kitchen on the sideboard

While doing so, we are spoiled with shots of a new, shiny stove, with a tall, curvy tap, a bathroom with designer tub, many glossy black and white surfaces, wide glass panes, a pseudo fire under a huge TV and outdoor lighting in the garden ,

The action then swings over to the L-shaped pool and starts with the guy taking a bad dive into the glowing water.

This is followed by a furious frontal crawl in which the actor seems to keep his head out of the water without glasses.

Fortunately, when he finishes his length, the woman is there to give him a glass of white wine.

After their work, they jump onto the bed while a cameraman's reflection silently passes by.

The reactions to the video were clear.

"This happens when frustrated cinematographers and editors have no television programs or music videos available," wrote Dylan Behan, who uploaded the ad to YouTube.

"Siri shows me something so breathtakingly awful that it borders on art," Benjamin Law tweeted.

I'll just leave that there. Should be good. (Screen grave)

Apparently this was a clean cut of the video. Real Estate Agent Sam Nander has reportedly been removed from the Australian news website 10 Daily, according to reports that a "raunchier" early-morning meal was viewed by more than 60,000 people.

On Wednesday afternoon, real estate company LJ Hooker Bankstown apologized for the video and removed it from its social media sites.

"LJ Hooker Bankstown is always looking for new ways to market our offerings. This time, however, we have missed the target, "it says in a statement.

A spokeswoman said, "We live and we learn."

After analyzing the layout of a Twitter user, the layout of the house would mean that someone sitting on the toilet would be visible from the kitchen.

Mr Nader allegedly said that this type of video does not work for all houses, only for those who are "prestige".