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Friday, June 7, 2013

S.F. Sex Shop to Donate Porn, Sex Toys to Oregon Woman Whose Stash Was Stolen in Burglary

Posted By on Fri, Jun 7, 2013 at 12:00 AM

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In San Francisco, crooks are after your iPhone. In Oregon, apparently, they're hard-up for your dildo.

A local online sex shop, GameLink, is planning to bring true pleasure to an Oregon woman whose sex toys were pilfered when her car was broken into recently.

Jeff Dillon, CEO of the San Francisco-based GameLink, tells us that he heard about Chelsey Coutts' tragedy on a local radio station, which detailed how the Sandy, Ore. woman had stashed nearly $500 worth of sex toys in the trunk of her car, perhaps to keep it hidden away from the kids.

But she wasn't the only one in need. A horny (?) thief reportedly broke into the woman's car, taking her blow-up dolls, sex toys, and other goodies she had planned to use for an upcoming "bachelorette party."

Horrified, she went to local police, who, after laughing a bit, asked her to describe all the missing items in detail -- size, colors, etc..

"Upon hearing of this poor woman's misfortune, we felt the need to jump in and help her out," Dillon says. "She is clearly a good friend who wants her friend's bachelorette party to be a night to remember. We're here to make sure the ladies have that party after all."

GameLink has offered to replace the woman's stash, and even throw in a few of their favorite high-selling items, including some fun lubricants (Toasted Macadamia!) and popular videos such as Up Her Asshole. Dillon is trying to track Coutts down so he can deliver the care package in time for the bride-to-be's blowout.

"Having your car broken into is bad enough. Having your sex toys stolen? We simply can't stand for that," Dillon says.

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Erin Sherbert

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Erin Sherbert was the Online News Editor for SF Weekly from 2010 to 2015. She's a Texas native and has a closet full of cowboy boots to prove it.

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