The erotic novel "Fifty Shades of Grey" may have topped recent bestseller charts, but it's proven a little too hot for librarians in east central Florida.
According to Florida Today, the Brevard County Public Library system has removed copies of the book from its 17 libraries.
"We bought some copies before we realized what it was," Cathy Schweinsberg, library services director, told the newspaper. "We don't collect porn."
However, as the Post points out, the libraries still offer copies of "The Complete Kama Sutra," "Lady Chatterley's Love," and "Tropic of Cancer," all of which are erotic literary classics.
"["Fifty Shades of Grey"] is not a classic," Schweinsberg responded.
ABC2News.com reports that more than a quarter of a million copies of the book have so far been sold.
Correction: The article originally misattributed the source of the original publication of the story. This has been corrected.
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