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Croatian Customs Officials Take Hammers to Over 7,000 Fake Ice Watches

Ice WatchCroatian customs officials in the capital Zagreb have taken their hammers and literally smashed 7,700 fake Ice-Watch brand wrist watches yesterday. The designer watches, which arrived into Croatia from China, were intercepted by officials who proceeded to take hammers to each individual watch. The first Ice Watch came out in 2006 and quickly gained popularity with celebrities. The watch, which is unisex, is available now in over 50 countries around the globe. Check out the photo gallery here of the men in action.

 

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