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HSA seizes record haul of illegal sexual enhancement drugs

Health Sciences Authority seizes S$400,000 worth of illegal sexual enhancement drugs sold online, as part of INTERPOL-led global sting.

SINGAPORE: The Health Sciences Authority (HSA) has seized its largest haul of illegal sexual enhancement drugs sold online, as part of a global operation coordinated by INTERPOL.

The drugs have an estimated street value of over S$400,000.

HSA confiscated over 56,000 illegal health products during Operation Pangea in the past week.

A third of them were sex drugs, while the rest were contact lenses, cosmetic, as well as slimming products.

The sexual stimulants seized include Red Cialis Viagra and Black Deity.

HSA strongly advises those who are holding on to these products to stop taking them immediately as some of them could cause side-effects such as loss of vision or hearing, and in severe cases, stroke or heart attack.

10 people are assisting HSA with investigations.

Anyone found guilty of selling these illegal products could face up to three years' jail or a fine of up to S$100,000.
 

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