As is usually the case, there’s always a ton of bogus Super Bowl jerseys floating around when the game comes near.
It’s unusual when someone gets caught in the act of trying to ship them.
That’s what happened in two Ohio airports, as Federal customs officials say they took in $3.4 million in counterfeit goods, including Super Bowl jerseys.
The goods were seized over the last 9 days by U.S. Customs and Border Protection officials. They were taken in at the DHL hub at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport and the UPS hub at Louisville International Airport.
A Customs spokeswoman says most of the items were jerseys but the fake goods included other clothing and consumer electronics.
So if your waiting for that fake Super Bowl Ravens jersey of Ray Lewis, don’t hold your breath.