Friday, 8 December 2017

Fake goods warning as £1.5m of fake Calvin Klein pants seized by Border Force

Fake goods worth millions of pounds, including over 80,000 pairs of Calvin Klein pants, have been found at ports around the UK in the run-up to Christmas.
The haul of fake Calvin Klein underwear, worth £1.5m, 1,440 Superdry hoodie tops worth £100,000 were seized at Southampton port in recent weeks.
Also found were 1,530 Pandora charms worth £45,900 at Manchester Airport and 48 pairs of Nike Vapormax trainers worth £5,760 at Manchester Airport.

At East Midlands Airport in November, Border Force officers seized 5,767 items with an estimated retail value of £2.6m.

Among these were 485 Louis Vuitton, Diesel, Hublot and Bulgari watches worth around £1.4m and 2,428 pairs of Nike trainers, football tops and tracksuits worth £251,000.

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