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Fake Alcohol That Could Cause ‘Blindness or Death’ Found in the UK

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Fake vodka has been found in the Yorkshire city of Hull.

Consumers in the U.K. have been warned not to buy a brand of vodka called Radanoff, which authorities say could contain industrial-strength alcohol that could cause blindness or death.


The bottles don’t have a customs duty stamp, and the barcode doesn’t link to an actual product.

Fake alcohol is a problem across the globe. Some signs to look out for include misspelled labels, unsealed caps and uneven fill levels.

If you’re ever in doubt, just don’t buy it.

Locations: Hull U.K. Yorkshire
Series & Type: News

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