Imola, Maxi confiscated counterfeit Inter tools for Scudetto

Four hundred and thirty pieces of imitation clothing, including Inter shirts and scarves, ready for distribution to various commercial activities, engraved with the new (fake) logo of the newly formed Nerazzurri from Scudetto. They were taken over in a textile company in Imola by Guardia di Finanza soldiers. The check started at a street station of a car carrying boxes containing counterfeit goods. Yellow Flames extended control to the manufacturer, nearby, to verify that all of the goods were counterfeit. In the business owned by a 40-year-old Italian, two unauthorized workers were also found, one of whom had citizenship income.

Seized goods

Maxi kidnapping

The military confiscated the goods, along with a roll of special paper, over 45 meters long, with another 280 prints printed, ready for use on other pieces of clothing. The textile company owner was sued for producing counterfeit goods, while a 47-year-old merchant had ordered clothing in order to trade in counterfeit goods. The latter then distributes the goods to other general sales activities. Further checks are carried out on violations of the rules against hiring unauthorized workers and on the employee resulting in obtaining citizen income, which will be reported to receive unjustified support.

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May 28, 2021 (Change to May 28, 2021 | 21:27)

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