GLASTONBURY, Conn. - Four real estate brokers who posed for a controversial town calendar in Glastonbury, Connecticut have been fired.
The men were all contracted by Coldwell Banker.
They posed in what appeared to be a nude photo for the Glastonbury Chamber of Commerce's 2016 Men of Glastonbury Calendar.
The men appeared to be wearing only socks and shoes in the picture.
They weren't actually naked, but wore bathing suits and held strategically placed "For Sale" and "Sold" signs over their private parts.
But the controversy centers around a young boy in the middle of the photo.
The Family Institute of Connecticut complained that the calendar was "peddling pictures of a naked boy sheathed by a sold sign."
The boy is the son of one of the agents who also appeared in the picture.
Coldwell Banker released a statement saying it doesn't condone the men's actions nor did it authorize the usage of its logo in that way.
All four of the agents have lost their affiliation with Coldwell Banker.
The Chamber of Commerce has reprinted the calendars without the boy or the real estate company's logo.