Published: March 24 2023
Summary: Hungarian customs authorities prevent the sale of almost 8,000 Elf Bars from China, which have an estimated market value of around HUF 29 million ($105k). The bars were hidden in the package and were subject to suspicion by the Airport Customs Office. The package was carried by two Chinese nationals. The authorities also discovered additional Elf Bars at the site and confiscated their goods with a market value of HUF 29 million. The people involved had to undertake an onsite interrogation and they are accused of violating Hungary’s budgetary regulations causing a damage worth HUF 6.7 million ($24k).
- The Hungarian customs authorities seized around 8,000 Elf Bars in a package worth around HUF 30 million ($108k) recently carried by two Chinese men.
- The customs found a lot of wands hidden in the package, which aroused their suspicion.
- Investigation revealed that the company involved had already realized a profit of about HUF 14 million ($50k) with the sales.
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