Arrested for selling fake potency pills


FOUR women, all Chinese nationals, were arrested for allegedly trying to sell fake Cialis pills used to treat male erectile dysfunction, a newspaper reported yesterday.  

The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) and customs officers also seized fake Viagra tablets and other unregistered drugs, which they believe, were intended for sale on the black market, The Straits Times said. 

More than 1,400 counterfeit Cialis tablets and 5,500 counterfeit Viagra tablets were confiscated. The women were aged 

between 36 and 53. – dpa 

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