Police raided a small rented apartment situated in a narrow and dark alleyway in Tianhe District, Guangzhou. Whiffs of alcoholic smell emanated from within and police determined that this was an illegal shop for producing knock-offs of expensive branded liquor. Empty bottles of branded liquor were strewn about and three suspects were caught in the midst of filling up the bottles with liquid from a moldy plastic container.
Local Tianhe District Police raided and closed one of the illegal shops of a family operation producing knock-off expensive liquor. Three suspects were arrested. Knock-off XO liquor counting at 48 bottles and VSOP liquor at 36 bottles were seized, along with branding seals, empty bottles, sales records and basic production equipment. Seized goods are valued at over 1 million RMB.
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No way! Fake booze?! I'm in shock! I need to take a break from typing to process this shock.......Ok I'm back. I still cant belive this happened in China. If this happened in an uncivilized, declining country like America, Uk or Australia. I would understand. Not China! China is the most advanced civilization on the planet! Chinese civilization can be traced back to the time of the dinosaurs! All western achievments are based on what they stole from China! This is just western propaganda trying to make China lose face but I wont believe it! This kind of thing never happens here!
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