Charity asks open to stop donating ‘Fifty Shades of Grey’
April 2, 2016 - Fifty Shades of Grey
A gift bookshop in Wales is vagrant people to stop donating “Fifty Shades of Grey” after apropos flooded with hundreds of copies of E.L James’ erotic novel.
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An Oxfam emporium in Swansea took to amicable media with a plea.
“We conclude all your donations, though reduction ‘Fifty Shades’ and some-more ’60s and ’70s vinyl would be good,” a gift wrote in amicable media post display stacks of a unsold behind stock
Oxfam worker Phil Broadhurst told a Mirror a store has turn a “retirement home” for a novels.
“There are a lot of people spooky by ‘Fifty Shades of Grey,'” Broadhurst told a Mirror. “We get people bringing in new copies entrance in all a time. Enough is enough.”
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Published in 2011, a novel tells a story of a dark, passionate attribute between college tyro Anastasia Steele and rich businessman Christian Grey. The book fast gained popularity. More than 125 million copies have sole worldwide.
In 2015, a novel was blending into a film starring Dakota Johnson and Jamie Dornan.