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Bust of “recycled condom” sold by Vietnamese police



On September 22, 2020, I saw the washed condoms and resold the old condoms in Binh Duong Province, Vietnam. The video is still from the video. Reuters/Reuters TV/VTV

Hanoi (Reuters)-According to official media reports, Vietnamese police have confiscated approximately 345,000 sets of used condoms that have been washed and resold.

A video broadcast by the state-owned Vietnamese television (VTV) this week showed dozens of large bags containing old contraceptives scattered on the floor of a warehouse in Binh Duong province in the southern province.

Police said the bags weighed 360 kilograms (794 pounds), which is equivalent to 345,000 condoms.

The official newspaper Tuoi Tre reported that the owner of the warehouse stated that they “receive a monthly message about a condom used by a stranger”.

A woman detained while half-length told the police that the precautions used were first boiled in water, then dried and reshaped on a wooden penis, then repackaged and resold.

VTV said that it is not yet clear how many recycled condoms have been sold. The detained woman said that for every kilogram of recycled condoms she produced, she would receive $0.1

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Neither she nor anyone in the warehouse commented.

Reporting by Minh Nguyen; Writing by James Pearson; Editing by Matthew Tostevin


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