Woman caught selling fake DVDs
A woman has been given a suspended sentence after she was caught selling counterfeit DVD's.Police were called to Costa Coffee in Queen Street, Ipswich, on Sunday February 15 this year where they found Xruzhu Li selling fake DVD's.
A CHINESE woman has been given a suspended sentence after she was caught selling counterfeit DVD's.
Police were called to Costa Coffee in Queen Street, Ipswich, on Sunday February 15 this year where they found Xruzhu Li selling fake DVD's.
Li, 34, who lives in Clapgate Lane, Ipswich and speaks no English, was searched and found to have 74 various counterfeit DVD'S and 17 hardcore pornographic films.
She was also found to have �65 concealed in her shoe, which she later admitted she had received from selling the DVD's.
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At South East Suffolk Magistrates' Court in Ipswich Naomi Turner, prosecuting, said: “In interview she said that she was given them by a friend as a present at Colchester Railway Station when he was returning back to China.
“She said she did not know where they came from or where they were made and that she was not aware that it was illegal to sell them.”
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Li was handed a six-week sentence which was suspended for six months. She was also excluded from the Buttermarket shopping centre for six months.