This is a warning for liquor and beer drinkers to be extra careful on what they’re drinking whether it is branded or not, Black Label in particular.
Recently, one Facebook user named Islandikon Morr posted a video of a house raided by police authorities because of allegedly making fake-brand liquor.
On the video, it can be seen that authorities are investigating the whole house because of the alleged illicit activity. It can also be seen in the video that a woman seems like demonstrating how they do the unlawful activity.
The police officials found empty liquor bottles with liquor they had mixed on their own and pasting fake labels and fake excise stamps on the bottles. The brand that they use is Black Label which is an expensive kind of liquor. They also know how to make it look original through its packaging. The place of the incident is yet unclear and there are no further details reported.
As of writing, the video earned 5.5K reaction, 68.3K shares, and 2M views.
This is not the first time this incident happened. One Malaysian and Thai man were arrested for allegedly making fake-brand liquor and beer. The officials found the two men filling empty liquor bottles with liquor they had mixed on their own and pasting fake labels and fake excise stamps on the bottles.
The seized drinks included 60 fake one-liter bottles of Johnnie Walker Red, 36 one-liter bottles of Johnnie Walker Black, one one-liter bottle of Johnnie Walker Double Black, three bottles of Johnnie Walker Swing and 90 0.33-liter bottles of Hoegaarden beer.
They claimed that they were hired by a Malaysian man to make the fake liquor and beer and all the bottles were smuggled across the border from Malaysia. They revealed that most of their customers were entertainment venues.
This is calling the attention of liquor and beer drinkers to be cautious about anything they drink.
Watch the video below:
CAUTION RUM DRINKERS BE CAREFUL WHAT UR DRINKING NOW A DAYS ESPECIALLY BLACK LABEL DRINKERS HERE'S UR LIVING PROOF 🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔🤔
Posted by Islandikon Morr on Wednesday, December 5, 2018
Source: Facebook/Islandikon Morr