After the warehouse raid, the police station has seized 324,000 second-hand condoms. These new condoms are being washed and resold to unsuspecting people.
Authorities found 324,000 condoms weighing 360 kilograms in a clothing facility factory in Binh Duong, Vietnam on September 19.
According to Pham Thi Thanh, the owner of the facility, she receives used condoms from a supplier every month, which is said to have taken them out of the hotel’s trash.
Hire workers to clean, dry and dry condoms, and then reshape them with wooden dildos of different sizes.
They were then repackaged and sold in hotels and markets near the province.
The recovered condoms are repackaged and then resold to hotels and market stalls near the province.
According to Chen Wendong, the provincial director of market management, condoms have been seized as evidence and disposed of immediately after the investigation is completed because they are considered hazardous medical waste.
He said: “Condoms are classified as medical supplies, so we will study several laws that the owners violated.”
The police said that the owner of the warehouse has been arrested and will be questioned by the crime and its suppliers before being formally charged.
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In addition to finding used condoms, the police also found thousands of condoms that were packaged and ready for sale without brand names.
According to statistics, Vietnam uses at least 500 million condoms every year.
Medical experts have warned against using condoms because the risk of spreading sexually transmitted diseases is high and there is no guarantee to prevent unintended pregnancy.