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ATLANTA, Ga. (CBS46) -- People in Sandy Springs are outraged about the opening of Tokyo Valentino, a new adult store on Roswell Road with other locations around the metro area. Some say they’re concerned about the kind of clientele it will attract to the area.

CBS46’s Trason Bragg went to the location on Cheshire Bridge Road – undercover – to observe the kind of people who visit this establishment and what happens inside. Tonight, he describes his experience, revealing the ‘Suburban Secrets’ many don’t know about.

Throughout the month of November, we’re sharing the suburbs’ sultry secrets. What’s yours?

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(8) comments

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News flash for those worried about attracting the wrong kind of people: those people are already there. They're sitting next to you in church.

Guest

Right!!

Guest

Really??? So what did he discover? Don't ask me to investigate for you, for free.

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love the gloryholes but i always thought it was a female letting me feed her. but last week i swear i felt a beard and a deep voice that said thank you🤷‍♀️🤷‍♀️🤬🤬🤔🤔😍

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Been in a tokyo valentino like how clean and professional they are. If you don't like that kind of store don't go in. Online is so impersonal. Like to have some one to answer questions.

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Most of Sandy Spring has no power right now and will miss tonight’s newscast. Please post this video online.

Guest

The Taliban of Sandy Springs. Seriously folks, get a grip.

Guest

Really, get a grip Sandy Springs, I bet folks enjoy bedroom fun like other in Georgia. It's a adult toy store.

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