Items containing real fur have been taken off the shelves of a fashion shop in Dublin’s St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre.
Following complaints from the National Animal Rights Association (NARA) and members of the public, St Stephen’s Green Shopping Centre management confirmed that the items had been removed.
“We want to let all of our customers know that the reports of fur being sold in one of our stores has now been investigated, and the products in question have been removed,” a spokesperson for the centre stated.
According to the NARA , the items were being sold in ladies fashion store, ‘Soho Market’.
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