12,000 Pairs of Fake Sneakers Destroyed in Serbia
The representatives of PETOŠEVIĆ Serbia and the local customs authorities have recently organized and witnessed the destruction of over 12,000 pairs of counterfeit sneakers bearing the mark of the world’s leading supplier of athletic shoes and apparel and a major manufacturer of sports equipment.
The sneakers were destroyed at the customs premises in the city of Krusevac, southern Serbia, in the time period March 20 — April 8.
The fake sneakers were intended for three Serbian importers from the cities of Belgrade, Novi Sad and Sombor.
You can see the photos from the destruction in our gallery.
By: Ivan Matic
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