Toy complaints are unfounded
A LLANELLI councillor has been getting hot under the collar after a Llanelli shop started selling adult sex toys.
Tyisha councillor Keri Thomas said residents' temperatures had been raised over Kim's Tattoo Station on Station Road, which started selling the items two months ago.
The councillor said he had received a number of complaints from residents who claimed they had seen offending items in the shop's window.
He said: "A shop in Station Road is selling sex toys — adult sex toys.
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"I've taken it up with trading standards, they have done a visit, they said there was nothing.
"But people saw them in the window."
But business owner Kim Mordue hit back at the criticisms — saying she is only trying to make a living.
The 52-year-old mum said: "A lot of people asked me to start it up in the first place.
"Somebody has complained that my window was very offensive.
"The only things there are one fancy dress costume and one basque."
Carmarthenshire Council confirmed it had investigated but found no offences.