US Customs seized $39 million worth of fake sports-related items ahead of Super Bowl 50
Days before the first player stepped onto the field for Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, US Homeland Security-led efforts had already seized 450,000 counterfeit sports items, according to a release issued earlier this week.
The search efforts, headed by Homeland Security Investigations officials, had seized counterfeit goods worth an estimated $39 million.
US Customs and Border Protection officials released an image of some seized goods, including rings, on its Instagram page:
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