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Adult drive-thru store in Alabama offers privacy

 The Pleasures sign flickers over the old bank building in Huntsville, Ala., Saturday, Dec.18, 2010. The "romance" store features what's billed as the...
 Pleasures owner Sherri Williams holds a medical checklist that shoppers must fill out at her store in Huntsville, Ala., Saturday, Dec.18, 2010. The "...
 Brandi McNaron of Gadsden, Ala., shows her driver's license to Pleasures romance shop employee Gabrielle Silva who handles drive thru lane sales in H...
 Romance store employee Gabrielle Silva holds a handfull of condoms which she will distribute as she operates the drive thru sales in Huntsville, Ala....

Drive Thru Sex Toys

The Pleasures sign flickers over the old bank building in Huntsville, Ala., Saturday, Dec.18, 2010. The "romance" store features what's billed as the...

Drive Thru Sex Toys

Pleasures owner Sherri Williams holds a medical checklist that shoppers must fill out at her store in Huntsville, Ala., Saturday, Dec.18, 2010. The "...

Drive Thru Sex Toys

Brandi McNaron of Gadsden, Ala., shows her driver's license to Pleasures romance shop employee Gabrielle Silva who handles drive thru lane sales in H...

Drive Thru Sex Toys

Romance store employee Gabrielle Silva holds a handfull of condoms which she will distribute as she operates the drive thru sales in Huntsville, Ala....

In the technology-savvy north Alabama city of Huntsville, visitors won't just find burgers and prescriptions at the drive-thru window.
A "romance" store called Pleasures offers a rare convenience: a drive-through with adult novelties for sale. Business is brisk so far, with cars sometimes lining up three deep for vibrators, lubricants, lingerie and other risque items.
Employee Toni Kennedy says the store has been doing well in part because the option is easy to use and discreet.
Pleasures is owned by Florida businesswoman Sherri Williams, who fought the state for almost a decade over what's considered by free-speech advocates to be one of the nation's toughest anti-obscenity laws.
In November, she held the grand opening for an expanded Pleasures store in an old bank building at a busy intersection.