$32 million in fake Viagra, Dior busted by customs officials in LA

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U.S. Customs officials in Los Angeles scored a huge haul this week when it busted three shipping containers full of counterfeit goods arriving from China.

Among the stash were “more than one million erectile dysfunction pills, footwear, belts, purses and headphones” according to a statement from the U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Included in the footwear haul were thousands of lucrative faux Air Jordans for Dior which retail for $2,000.

The agency noted the merchandise had a street value of over $32 million.

“Criminals are exploiting e-commerce platforms to sell counterfeit and often dangerous goods to unwitting holiday shoppers,” Carlos C. Martel, CBP director of field operations in Los Angeles, said in the statement.

This year over $1.3 billion in fake goods have been seized by the government.

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