In October, city officials scrambled to block the free distribution of vibrators as part of a Trojan company promotion.
Though the land was public property, Boston’s chief of property management said the act would be “an inappropriate and irresponsible use for the plaza” because families and children walk through the plaza daily.
Eventually, the marketers responsible for the giveaway found private property in the South End to hand out the free sex toys. The line extended down Tremont Street and onto Clarendon Street from the Cyclorama.
Pictured: Thousands of Washington DC residents lined up to receive a free Trojan vibrator in November.
Next: Southie’s about to get its close-up.