Drakopoulos and the React anti-counterfeiting network, working in cooperation with the Greek police, are reporting a seizure of 25,000 fake clothing items in a warehouse in an Athenian suburb on April 26, 2016, and describing it as "marking the symbolic character of the World Intellectual Property Day."
According to Drakopoulos, "25,000 fake clothing items were seized, including t-shirts, trousers, tracksuits and jackets which infringed various famous casual and sports clothing brands such as Superdry, Diesel, Ralph Lauren, Franklin & Marshall, Abercrombie&Fitch, Hollister, Adidas, Nike, Tommy Hilfiger, Napapijri, Wrangler, Dolce & Gabbana, Armani, Dsquared, Moncler, Levi’s and Hugo Boss."
The firm reports that the Greek police arrested a Greek national who was operating an illegal warehouse and showroom in a three floor building. All of the seized goods were determined to be counterfeit and were destroyed the same day, at the infringer's consent.
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