The specialized agents of the General Directorate of Customs They prevented the smuggling of a sexual stimulant which could cause serious problems health through an operation in International Bridge that unites Inns with Encarnacion, Paraguay, with a cargo valued at $288,000.
The discovery occurred after routine checks on an intercity bus. According to a statement from the inspection body, “first the passengers got off and were asked the usual questions and then the Customs personnel inspected the vehicle. It was at that moment that The agents found 96 envelopes of the stimulant known as ‘the honey of love’“They were hiding in one of the bus seats.”
“The most serious transgression is the lack of ANMAT certification, without which the import of products of this type is simply prohibited. In this framework, the infringing merchandise valued at $288,000 was kidnapped and brought to justice,” the text added as information.
The products, branded VIP-HONEY, were of foreign industry and origin and did not have the corresponding customs guarantees. The “honey of love” became popular among the youngest and sells for $3,000 each unit of 15 grams.
The product was presented by the manufacturers as a 100% natural element that, a priori, looks like honey due to its color and texture. However, the agents detected the presence of Sildenafila medication that treats erectile dysfunction by increasing blood flow to the penis during sexual stimulation.
Alert in the City: these are the fake dollars that Customs seized
More of 100 fake US dollar bills They were kidnapped in an operation by specialized agents of the General Directorate of Customs, which raised alert in the City of Buenos Aires about the possibility of these bills circulating.
The fake dollars were detected in the Post Office, in a package from Peru that said there were documents inside. When the recipient of the order showed up at her place, they proceeded to open her envelope in front of her. Inside there were no documents, they found 103 bills of 100 dollars each, adding a total of US$10,300.
After carrying out the money inspection tasks, the staff confirmed that the currencies were fake. Given the situation, they informed the National Economic Criminal Court No. 9. The court endorsed the agency’s actions and ordered the prohibition of the woman residing in the City of Buenos Aires from leaving the country.