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Nonthaburi Police Raid Unveils Massive Counterfeit Allergy Syrup Operation

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A police officer meticulously inspects a bustling factory, shrouded in secrecy, producing counterfeit allergy syrup during a dramatic raid in the tranquil Sai Noi district of Nonthaburi province on a seemingly ordinary Friday.

This meticulous operation, spearheaded by a team of astute investigators from the Metropolitan Police Division 7, wielding a search warrant sanctioned by the Nonthaburi Provincial Court, unveiled a sprawling clandestine operation situated on a 9-rai (14,400-square-metre) expanse in the serene tambon Rat Niyom of Sai Noi.

As the dust settled, authorities seized a staggering 12,000 bottles of fraudulent allergy syrup, accompanied by an additional 80,000 empty bottles, and sophisticated equipment designed for creating these deceitful concoctions. These bottles bore meticulously crafted counterfeit “Allerin Syrup” labels, designed to mimic the genuine article convincingly.

The factory’s orchestrator, Mee, a 37-year-old with a sly grin, and his right-hand man, Thawee, a youthful 25-year-old, were apprehended during the operation. Interestingly, their surnames remain a mystery, shrouded in the same secrecy that enveloped their illicit enterprise.

This audacious raid was the culmination of a complaint issued by an indignant representative of the legitimate Allerin Syrup manufacturer, who was aghast to find that their reputable brand had been tarnished by these counterfeiters. The grievance, fervently filed at the Thammasala police station, ignited the fuse that led investigators down a rabbit hole of deception.

The gears of justice whirred into motion as the diligent police force delved into the depths of this counterfeit operation, ultimately leading them to the purveyors of this nefarious scheme.

Under the glaring lights of interrogation, Mr. Mee, with a resigned sigh, confessed to the charges. He revealed that he, alongside his confidant Mr. Thawee, had collaborated to produce these fraudulent allergy syrups, defrauding countless consumers. Their nefarious plot was further aided by business partners who facilitated the distribution of these sham products to unsuspecting customers through online platforms.

In a brazen admission, Mr. Mee disclosed that their underground operation had been flourishing for an audacious span of four to five months. Their covert factory managed to offload approximately 50 boxes of the fake syrup each month, with each box containing 200 bottles, all priced at a staggering 9,000 baht. This illicit endeavor netted them an impressive monthly haul of 450,000 baht.

Meanwhile, Natthawut Simanurak, the vigilant sales manager of the rightful Allerin Syrup company, quantified the staggering damage inflicted by these fraudulent activities, estimating losses tallying up to a jaw-dropping 100 million baht. Mr. Natthawut ardently believed that the shadowy factory had been operating for at least a year, flooding drugstores and unsuspecting teenagers with their counterfeit wares.

With the prime suspects now ensnared within the confines of police custody, the wheels of justice continue to turn, heralding legal repercussions for their duplicitous deeds.


  1. Linda Curtis June 22, 2024

    I can’t believe people were buying fake allergy syrup for months without noticing! How could anyone fall for this?

    • Steve89 June 22, 2024

      People trust brands too much. They should be more careful about what they’re buying.

      • Anna June 22, 2024

        It’s really scary to think that counterfeit medicine could make it to our shelves. We rely on these products for our health.

      • Linda Curtis June 22, 2024

        That’s true, Anna. But still, you’d think there’d be some tell-tale sign.

    • Jake June 22, 2024

      The fact that they were distributing this stuff online is even scarier. It’s so easy to be duped!

    • John D June 22, 2024

      What shocks me is the scale of the operation. They weren’t just making a few bottles, they had a whole factory churn out thousands.

  2. Raj June 22, 2024

    What were the authorities doing for nearly a year? Shouldn’t they have caught onto this sooner?

    • Maria_L June 22, 2024

      Exactly! It’s like they were asleep at the wheel. How does something like this go unnoticed?

      • Derek W June 22, 2024

        Sometimes these operations are so well-hidden. It takes a vigilant eye to uncover them.

      • Linda Curtis June 22, 2024

        Maria, maybe the real problem is resources. Do we know if the authorities had enough people on the job?

      • Raj June 22, 2024

        Come on, Linda. With a complaint filed and everything, it shouldn’t have taken this long.

  3. Grower134 June 22, 2024

    This makes me think twice about online shopping for medications. Can we really trust what we buy there?

    • Sophia June 22, 2024

      Always best to stick to reputable pharmacies, even if it costs a bit more.

    • Ben T June 22, 2024

      Pharmacies aren’t immune to fakes either. This story proves that.

  4. Jimmy_2020 June 22, 2024

    How did these guys think they’d get away with this? Sooner or later someone would catch on.

    • Miriam June 22, 2024

      Greed can blind people. They were making so much money, they didn’t care about the risk.

      • Jimmy_2020 June 22, 2024

        True, but the damage they caused is unbelievable. 100 million baht in losses!

      • Patricia L. June 22, 2024

        Greed indeed, but consumers need to be more cautious.

  5. Oliver B June 22, 2024

    Can you imagine buying this for your kids? What if it had caused serious harm?

  6. Mike June 22, 2024

    I wonder if any other counterfeit operations like this are flying under the radar.

    • Elsa M. June 22, 2024

      There probably are! This might just be the tip of the iceberg.

    • Tom June 22, 2024

      If they managed to pull this off, who knows what else is going on out there.

  7. Jackie June 22, 2024

    I’m seriously disturbed that people like Mee and Thawee can manufacture so much without getting caught earlier.

  8. David99 June 22, 2024

    I would love to know who their business partners were. They need to be held accountable too!

    • Laura S. June 22, 2024

      Definitely, David. It takes a network to pull something like this off.

    • Matt B June 22, 2024

      Their partners probably knew exactly what they were doing too.

  9. Gabriel June 22, 2024

    The real issue here is the lack of oversight in the pharmaceutical sector.

    • HappyMom June 22, 2024

      I agree, Gabriel. We need stricter control mechanisms.

  10. Sandra June 22, 2024

    Why isn’t there more public awareness about fake medicines? This could happen anywhere.

    • Tommy June 22, 2024

      Yes, Sandra! We need more public education campaigns on this.

    • Tim_43 June 22, 2024

      People need to be aware, especially with the rise of online shopping.

  11. Akira June 22, 2024

    I’m glad they got caught, but I fear for all those who have already consumed the fake products.

  12. Janet June 22, 2024

    It’s vital that stricter penalties are enforced to deter others from engaging in counterfeit operations.

    • Marco June 22, 2024

      Totally. The potential for harm is tremendous and the risk-reward ratio is too skewed.

  13. Nikki June 22, 2024

    Some people will do anything for money, no matter who gets hurt. It’s so disheartening.

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