A man was recently charged with smuggling in around 40,000 erectile dysfunction pills. The sad part about this situation is that the pills were not real. He was trying to sneak these pills into the United States through his golfing gear. Of course, the man was charged and is to be sentenced. He was on his way over from Korea and decided to smuggle these fake pills into the United States. The reports show that he was smuggling a variety of counterfeit erectile dysfunction pills. The pills were neatly stowed away, but that didn’t keep him from getting caught.
The total amount of pills (that were counterfeit) would have been worth almost $700,000 if the pills had been the real deal. Kil Jun Lee is the man being charged with the male enhancement trafficking. He is actually a former Korean police man and is facing a long list of charges. The total amount of pills that were confiscated included almost 30,000 Viagra pills, almost 9,000 Cialis pills and almost 800 Levitra pills. These male enhancement pills were of course all found to be counterfeit.
The enhancement pills were tested and confirmed to be unreal. The United States Immigration and Customs department says that this is a growing problem with “fake pills.” Issues like this are made aware to the public because it’s not safe to take just any kind of pill. You are risking your body if you decide to take an enhancement pill like this off the streets. Jun Lee is facing 10 years in prison if found guilty.
Kil Jun Lee is a 71 year old man that had the pills wrapped accordingly. As he was traveling, he was asked if those pills were all his. Authorities searched his person and his belongings and found all of the aforementioned fake pills. Kil Jun Lee was questioned about his pills and he made the statement that they could not all possibly be for him because he would die from taking them all. The suspect then continues to apologize and say that he was sorry for bringing the pills to the US and that the pills were not real.