Fake Football Kits Seized

Phnom Penh: Police forces, in cooperation with local authorities clothes raided a business for patent infringement copyright of the Football Federation of Cambodia. 

The crackdown took place on November 7, 2018, near Toul Sangke pagoda, Building 285, Street 907. The police chief said that the first owner of the site was Chuk Gandhi, a 33-year-old woman from Ratanakkiri province. The authorities confiscated over 300 fake soccer strips and detained the owner of the location to question and find out the mastermind behind the forgeries.

The source said the national military police had received an complaint from the owners of the intellectual property and cops pretended to be customers in the operation.

Police would provide many more details, but say an investigation is continuing to protect the copyright of the federation of Cambodian football.

Rasmei News

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