Nashville broker posts oral sex selfie alongside kitchen and pool listing pics

Broker confirmed he posted the picture but didn’t say whether or not it was an accident

TRD NATIONAL /
Aug.August 30, 2019 10:56 AM
137 Saxon Mist Drive (Credit: Scoop Nashville and Benchmark)

137 Saxon Mist Drive (Credit: Scoop Nashville and Benchmark)

It happens all the time: a broker is showing a home to prospective buyers and almost has them ready to sign a contract, but they pull out at the last minute because they just can’t picture themselves having oral sex in the bedroom.

People interested in the 2,900-square-foot four-bedroom home at 137 Saxon Mist Drive in Nashville would likely not have this problem, as Benchmark Realty’s Miguel Calvo uploaded a photo of himself receiving fellatio to the listing, according to Scoop Nashville. The home has a $399,000 asking price.

Calvo confirmed to Scoop Nashville that he had uploaded the photo and that it was of himself, but he did not say whether he did it on purpose or by mistake.

The posting included 31 photos of the home, but for some reason, the oral sex photo has attracted more attention than the kitchen, bathrooms and pool photos. This could be because it’s the only photo that is basically porn.

The photo has since been taken down, but its legacy will endure forever. [Scoop Nashville] – Eddie Small


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