Nude cleaners open naked gardening service in response to sexism claims

A controversial cleaning business has opened its doors in Adelaide selling the services of naked women at an hourly rate.

They vacuum, iron clothes and even wash windows in the nude.

Critics labelled the business ‘sexist’, so Bare All Cleaning hit back – with a naked male gardening service.

“We’re a naked cleaning and gardening service, we’re all across Australia but we’ve recently come to Adelaide,” founder Brett Jones said.

“Whatever floats your boat, we can try and cater for that.”

“Whatever floats your boat, we can try and cater for that,” Bare All Cleaning’s Brett Jones said. Source: 7News

Ironing and folding starts from $90 an hour, while a team of two can “cook and clean” from $650.

There’s also window washing in wet T-shirts, or after-party clean-ups.

But locals didn’t seem too keen on the idea.

“That’s pretty disgusting, wouldn’t you say?” one person said.

Ironing and folding starts from $90 an hour, while a team of two can “cook and clean” from $650. Source: 7 News

“No, not my thing, no thank you,” said another.

But Mr Jones said the company had a “look but don’t touch” policy, and to counteract claims of sexism they have launched Bare All Gardeners.

“It’s kind of liberating, everybody likes to get their kit off now and again, it’s all natural,” nude gardener Leeroy Evans said.

“It’s kind of liberating, everybody likes to get their kit off now and again, it’s all natural,” nude gardener Leeroy Evans said. Source: 7 News

“Vitamin D is great for your skin.

“Obviously we won’t go too close with the chainsaws and whatnot.”

The company says safety is the number one priority but admits there has been one incident where they had to remove a worker who was “at risk.”

“They’re there to do the job, they’re not there to provide a sex service,” Mr Jones said.