I suppose the existence of a series called “Australia’s Naughtiest Home Videos” is more of the “OMG fact” here than its cancellation. The show was a one-off special spinoff of “Australia’s Funniest Home Videos.”
Rather than showing babies falling of tricycles or dogs jumping off roofs, the show depicted videos of sexual situations like a little girl grabbing a kangeroo’s scrotum and two people caught having sex in the middle of a park.
Like the 1969 American TV show Turn-on, it was taken off the air part-way through the broadcast of its first and only episode. “Australia’s Funniest Home Videos” received many racy of risqué videos that could not be sent back to the viewers according to the show’s policy, and had to be kept by the station.
The producers decided to compile these videos into a one-off special aimed at an adult audience. The videos included animal genitalia, humans or animals engaging in sexual intercourse, people who accidently get disrobed, etc. When the network owner was informed about it, he saw it and called the studio operators to say; “Get that sh*t off the air.”