Poundland, the discount chain that pledges to offer everything for the home, is selling pornography for a pound across Sussex.I fail to see how this is news, never mind bad news. I mean, presumably if they charged more for it, Trading Standards would want to have a word.
An investigation by The Argus has revealed a range of cut-price pornographic DVDs are on sale at the store's flagship Western Road branch in Brighton next to children's books, drinks and sweets.As a commenter points out, I’m not sure what is more amusing – the thought of discount porn rubbing shoulders (or other bodily parts!) with the Chup-Chups and Smarties, or the concept of a Poundland ‘flagship’ store…
A sex manual by Haynes - the world famous do-it-yourself car workshop guide - offers readers the chance to “keep your sex life in perfect running order”.We clearly aren’t talking about top-drawer filth, here. Besides, everyone gets that free off t’internet, right?
Poundland said a warning comes up on the till every time a DVD or book is scanned by staff, ensuring there were no underage sales.So, no problem. Right?
Well, clearly the Righteous don't agree. Just the mere thought of available porn (even of the soft variety) sends them into a tailspin.