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Sex Sweets Impounded By Customs



Written by Richard Simmons| Tuesday, 02 February 2010| There is 1 comment

The boxes of sweets looked like normal sweets and chocolates

A large consignment of fake erectile dysfunction medication has been impounded by the Health Ministry and Customs in the Kuala Lumpur International Airport after an undercover operation. In all over 80,000 'sex sweets' were seized after they were seen to contain a chemical called aminotadalafil.

sex sweets impounded by customs

The boxes of sweets looked like normal sweets and chocolates that you would give to children. Experts said that this made them doubly dangerous as children would be very likely to pick them up and eat them with possibly fatal consequences. Hundreds of young children die and become seriously ill every year from medications not being stored properly and to manufacture powerful prescription chemicals and disguise them as sweets is criminally irresponsible.

Aminotadalafil is a doctored form of the active ingredient of the erectile dysfunction medication Cialis. It has not been put through any clinical testing and therefore its side effects are not properly known but it is likely that it will interact negatively with blood pressure medication which could cause fatal health incidents. The Health Ministry said that it could cause a stroke or heart attack.

Customs officials explained that often these 'sex sweets' were sold online and on street corners. The import documents showed that the consignment contained coffee which will mean that the importer is likely to have criminal charges pressed against him for not only importing a banned substance but also because he made a false declaration.

The trade in fake erectile dysfunction medication despite warnings by the Food & Drug Administration in America, the European Medicines Agency in EU and practically every single other health authority worldwide is still growing. The United Nations estimates that the industry is worth billions of pounds and that thousands of people die every year from using counterfeit medication.

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On February 03, 2010 @ 12:45
Christopher Wright said:
This is SHOCKING!!! This also means that we cannot trust anything anywhere...... we could even be fooled in a restaurant when taking a peppermint at the end thinking it is just a sweet, when the owner hopes that you will have a 'wonderful' night and think it was the atmosphere that did it!!!..and want to go back again!! We live in a world where we cannot even trust our own shaddow.....how awfull!!
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