As you all know that everyone today likes wearing expensive designer clothes, but unfortunately it is not everyone who can afford them but for those who can't afford them there is also a second option which is to buy a duplicate of the same clothes,shoes at certain places and individuals like small street and the Johannesburg central business district for instance.
Well it seems like buying this fake duplicated brands won't be happening anymore in South Africa, especially in the Johannesburg Central Business District.
Well what happened here was that the police together with the customs officials and certain brand holders has today received some tip off about shops selling duplicated clothes in the Johannesburg CBD. They went on an operation to check all that out and when they were at that they managed to take away duplicate Nike shoes and clothes, Adidas duplicates. Puma duplicates just to name a few and all in all the duplicated clothes they seized had an estimated worth of over R23 000 000 according to my source : https://www.facebook.com/194021890608466/posts/4791399327537343/?app=fbl
So now with all that being done a lot of people have been talking about this incidents today on social media Facebook, See what some of them has said about all this in the screenshots attached below
So now with all this being said, what is it that you have to say. Remember that all this stock they took is someone's bread and butter and taking it away means someone now has stock to sell and feed their kids, It also means that now that things are these way parents who can't afford the originals of these brands they took here won't be able.to cloth thief kids with Nike, Puma and Adidas like other kids and that will have the kids very disappointed in their parents big time.
So now, what's your take on all of this? Please leave some comments below
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