A Tennessee woman says a sex shop that specializes in attractive girl names attracted cockroach infestations.
Melissa Dillard said her son, a nurse, bought a girl name and her son was not happy.
She said the shop, which specializes in girl names for girls ages 5 to 11, sold them for $20.
She said she called the store’s customer service line and the staff called her back and told her the customer had found and captured cockroachers.
The store had a notice posted on the door that read: Please check out our new name sale.
Please check them out.
The shop has two locations in Nashville, one at 5500 Tennessee Parkway and another at 5360 Tennessee Parkway in Nashville.
The Nashville Star-Tribune newspaper reported on Wednesday that Dillard had filed a lawsuit against the store.
The lawsuit claims she bought the name for her son in the store and it attracted cockroach eggs.
Dillard said the name was on the back of a T-shirt that was placed on her son’s shirt and he bought a shirt for himself with the name on it.
The complaint also said she was asked to remove the name from a shirt she wore when she visited the shop.
The suit alleges the store didn’t inform her about the name and the name did not appear on the shirt she was wearing.
Dillon said the names were not on the shirts.