Fake goods confiscated in Inca and Alcudia.

18-08-2017Policia Nacional

More than 1,700 fake goods have been confiscated following a National Police operation at Inca market and a shop in Alcudia.

At the market, seventeen stalls were found to be selling counterfeit items. In all, more than 1,200 were seized. They included bags and wallets that were being passed off as brands such as Chanel and Michael Kors.

At the shop in Alcudia a further 500 items were found. These also included fake Chanel and Michael Kors products plus imitation Carrera and Louis Vuitton sunglasses.


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Henry James / Hace over 3 years

So you paid thirty euros for a Gucci handbag and it was a fake,well,I never.


Trinet / Hace over 3 years

In other news bears sh*t in the woods. Seriously, fake goods at any market, really? What a surprise. I first went to Inca market in the mid 80's, there was fake tat on sale even then.


Larry HENSON / Hace over 3 years

How about the handbags in Sineu Market???


S. / Hace over 3 years

The Leather Market at Inca used to be a lovely day out on Thursday. Alas, it has been greatly devalued over many years , and is no longer an honest tourist attraction, despite the thousands of Tourists that still attend.Well done the Autorities for exposing these fake goods. Which can be confiscated on returning to the Tourists country of origin.