London - With its unique blend of luxury and tackiness, it is the bedroom that could only have belonged to Hugh Hefner.
The tycoon’s boudoir in the Playboy mansion has been revealed ahead of an auction of his belongings, showing off where he entertained three wives and dozens of Playboy bunnies.
The questionable taste of the Playboy founder, who died last September aged 91, is on full display.
Hefner put a Betty Boop statue by the fireplace, a monster head above it and a painting of a nude woman above them both. One wall is covered with photos of himself with women.