2 Aug, 2019 @ 11:33
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Police seize bumbags, football shirts and Calvin Klein underpants in huge fake clothes bust in Spain’s Andalucia

TOP BRANDS: Clothes with fake expensive labels were seized by police in Andalucia

BUMBAGS, Calvin Klein underpants and football shirts are among a huge haul of counterfeit goods police have seized in Andalucia.

Officers in El Portil, Huelva discovered over 250 fake garments, in what they called a crackdown on ‘intellectual property crime’.

Belts, trainers and t-shirts were also among the items, whose false brand names included Nike, Quicksilver, Polo, Hugo Boss, Adidas, Fila, Levi’s and Tommy Hilfiger.

The owner of the clothes was cuffed after attempting to sell the clothes in Calle Pina de El Portil and on the town’s market, and will now appear in court.

City Council chief deputy inspector, Antonio Garrido said: “When summer arrives sales without licenses increase and that is when we are more attentive because of the fraud that can occur.”

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