Raid results in discovery of animal pee and poop in make-up

Animal pee and poop found in knock-off cosmetics

Shoppers seeking a great deal on “high-end” cosmetics wound up with far more than they bargained for. According to multiple sources a raid by the Los Angeles Police Department uncovered bootleg make-up that contained bacteria as well as trace amounts of animal feces and urine.

The raid involved 21 locations in Los Angeles’ fashion district and resulted in $700,000 in counterfeit cosmetics. So how did animal poo and urine wind up in the fake make-up? According to Detective Rick Ishitani, it’s likely the result of the impostor make-up being stirred up in someone’s unsanitary garage or bathroom.

Kim Kardashian West Tweeted about the make-up bust after her sister, Kylie’s, lip stick (the fake stuff of course), turned up in the products that were confiscated:

Counterfeit Kylie lip kits seized in LAPD raid test positive for feces SO GROSS! Never buy counterfeit products!

Animal pee in fake make-up

As is so often the case, if it seems too good to be true, it probably is. Something reiterated by LAPD’s Captain Marc Reina:

Busted! Major Task Force hits 21 locations in the and nets $700,000 in Counterfeit cosmetics found to contain bacteria and human waste. The best price is not always the best deal!

(Image via Twitter)

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