Used condoms repackaged and sold.
It sounds like an urban myth. It’s something middle schoolers tell each other.
(CNN) — Police in Vietnam have confiscated an estimated 345,000 used condoms which had been cleaned and resold as new, state media reported.
Footage broadcast by state-owned Vietnam Television (VTV) this week showed dozens of large bags containing the used contraceptives scattered across the floor of a warehouse in the southern province of Binh Duong.
Police said the bags weighed more than 360 kilograms (794 lbs), equivalent to 345,000 condoms, according to VTV.
I’m sure you’re asking yourself, “What was the process they used to handle these used condoms before resale?
A woman detained during the bust told police that the used prophylactics were first boiled in water then dried and reshaped on a wooden phallus before being repackaged and resold.
Reshaped on a wooden phallus?
With that many condoms, there must’ve been a lot of wooden phalluses.
And maybe splinters?