Vietnamese factory busted recycling hundreds of thousands of used condoms – New York Post

To “recycle” the filthy rubbers, Pham Thi Thanh Ngoc, 32, presumably had approximately 1,000 of them provided each month to the facility in Tan Uyen Town, where she cleaned and improved them, according to the Vietnam Insider.

A lot for “protection.”.

Throughout the raid on Saturday, local police seized a total of 324,000 used condoms, officials said. Thousands more had currently been sold to unwary consumers.

Pham, who rented the facility, remolded the jimmies with a wooden shaft to make them look fresh once again– then placed them in new product packaging, the local outlet reported.

Cleaning and recycling condoms can result in disease and infection, according to the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

” Condoms are categorized as medical items, so we will take a look at the numerous laws that the owner has broken,” a government authorities stated, according to news website VN Explorer. No other information about the illegal operation were readily available, according to authorities.

A factory in Vietnam was busted cleaning and reselling more than 320,000 used condoms to pass them off as brand-new, according to police who robbed the unsafe operation.