Police find potentially deadly Vodka that contains anti-freeze

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A police raid in Manchester led to a shocking revelation.

According to the Mirror, 130,000 liters (or 34,342 gallons) of vodka were confiscated because they contained anti-freeze chemicals, which can cause blindness or even death.

The police have issued a warning to let people know about the risk and urged everyone who sees a bottle of "Number 1 Imperial Vodka Blue" to report it.



The operation found an estimated £1.7 million worth of counterfeit vodka and it's still not clear how many bottles have been sold.

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