The New York State Department of Health found that 5% of the masks they distributed to protect teachers and librarians are potentially fake.
Turns out there's at least one Phish fan at the 20th Precinct, and they helped bust a counterfeit ticket scheme.
Among the alleged rip-offs were belts, pocketbooks and watches featuring brand names such as Gucci, Versace, Hermes, and Louis Vuitton.
In total, the men are accused of bilking Nike out of more than $70 million.
Fake Michael Kors handbags, North Face jackets, and Beats by Dre headphones were among the loot.
Now might be a good time to take a close look at the standard acoustic you purchased off, because no, that should not be spelled 'Las Poul.'
One of the shoe racks featured the Power Rangers.
It appears they caught her because her bag reeked of glue!
City Councilwoman Margaret Chin says it's not just the sellers who are responsible for the brand-name black market, and she wants to make the purchase of fake bags a misdemeanor crime.
Is your condiment ketchup, catsup, or counterfeit ketchup?
Customs agents discovered nearly $300,000 in fake $100 dollar bills at JFK last week in a Colombian woman's bag's false bottom.
We are sure we will all sleep easier now that the NYPD has confiscated roughly $3.5 million dollars worth of knock-off handbags.
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