Czech Customs Seize 200,000 Anti-Impotence Pills
The customs officials in the Czech Republic have recently seized a total of 194,300 counterfeit Viagra and Cialis pills at Prague’s Vaclav Havel airport.
The fake anti-impotence pills originated in south Asia. The investigation is ongoing and it is not yet known whether they were intended for the Czech Republic market.
If sold as originals, the estimated value of the pills would be EUR 3.4 million (USD 4.6 million).
Prepared by: Jelena Jankovic
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Source: The Prague Post
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