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Chinese police broke up a counterfeit condom gang and seized more than $7 million worth of fakes using the Durex and Okamoto brand names

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Chinese police have broken up a gang that was selling and making counterfeit condoms.
They seized 500,000 boxes, or $7 million worth, of the counterfeit products, and detailed 17 people. 
The organization sold the condoms to hotels, supermarkets, and vending machines in central and eastern China using the major international brand names Durex and Okamoto. 
Condoms are one of the most widely counterfeited products in China along with major international fashion brands.

Police in eastern China have broken up a gang making and selling counterfeit condoms, according to official media.

The condoms, which used the names of major international brands such as Durex and Okamoto, were sold to hotels, supermarkets and vending machine operators in central and eastern China, Zhejiang television reported on Tuesday.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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