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“Obnoxious” estate agents spoof goes viral

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  • 26/09/2011
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“Obnoxious” estate agents spoof goes viral
A spoof documentary showing estate agents as obnoxious, arrogant and sleazy workers has quickly become an internet sensation.

The short film, which stars genuine property vendors from London firm Douglas & Gordon, is called Under Offer and was initially meant for industry insiders only.

However, it has already been watched thousands of times on video sharing site YouTube to mixed reviews.

The firm’s director, Ed Mead told the Daily Mail: “No one expected the film to have the reaction it has had. It has all got completely out of hand.”

The film focuses on a character called James who is often seen making crude sexual remarks and applauding his boss’s policy of employing only good-looking women.

In one scene he bursts in on a naked couple in bed while showing a potential buyer around a house, then grins to the camera: “That’s not the husband.”

In another scene, James jumps from his car and attacks a rival estate agent’s For Sale sign with an axe.

Full version of the short film can be seen here.

Warning: The film does contain some graphic language.

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