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Offline thaiga

homemade soap in branded bottles scam
« on: May 09, 2016, 09:06:27 PM »
Fake shampoo: Cops bust homemade soap in branded bottles scam

Photo: Rich Infinity

Have you ever seen big bottles of your favorite shampoos sold at a local market near your office at a cheap price? Well, these photos explain why.

Facebook page Rich Infinity shared photos of a home in Saraburi province where a couple reportedly refilled old, empty shampoo bottles people threw in the trash with their homemade shampoo.

"Check this out, those who like to buy cheap stuff at markets. Dove, Head and Shoulder, Pantene, Sunsilk, Loreal. They were busted while mixing their shampoo."

How unsanitary.

Manager reported that Saraburi police busted the employees in the little shampoo factory, which was set up at a home in Kaeng Khoi district.

The couple who owned the house, however, were not at the scene.

According to the investigation, the couple would resell the shampoos to merchants.

The photos went viral over the weekend as netizens shamefully shared their own experience of using cheap shampoos bought from markets.
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.

Offline thaiga

Re: Couple busted making 'fake' orange juice
« Reply #1 on: May 25, 2016, 01:23:09 PM »
Weve had the fake shampoo, now it's fake orange,

Your wandering through the market it's a hot day, boy you could use a nice cold drink, you come across an orange drink vendor, selling cold orange in plastic bottles, only 20 bht great, little do you know it's been made out of tap water in someones back garden.

Photos: Yai5333/ Kapook

Couple busted making 'fake' orange juice

After a “fake shampoo” factory was uncovered in Saraburi, street vendors were arrested in the same province with fake orange juice.

A Vietnamese couple, whose identities were not disclosed, were recently caught in Muaklek district while they were pouring their "fake" orange juice into bottles for sale, according to a post widely shared on social media.

It is reported that the colorful drink was made from a mix of tap water, orange coloring and saccharin (aka sugar substitute), which is about 300 times sweeter than sugar.

The couple were selling their orange juice for THB20 a bottle.

Photos: Yai5333/ Kapook
Anyone who goes to a psychiatrist should have his head examined.