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Pole Yanked Off Site For The Children

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UK supermarket giant Tesco was pressured to take down a link to a stripper pole after a mother of two discovered the item in the Toys and Games section of the Tesco web site.

"I'm no prude, but any children could go on there and see it," the 33 year old mother from Ellesmere Port, Cheshire told a newspaper, the Sun UK reported.

A spokesperson for Tesco said that the link will remain in the Fitness section, although it appears that has been taken down as well despite Tesco saying, "Pole dancing has been an increasing fitness craze over the past few years and classes have become widespread in gyms across the UK."

The item appears to still be widely available throughout the UK, as well as here in the States.

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Jokes about selling LAist's pole for $100 have been edited because any children could go on here and see it.