Trim Shop Caught Making Knockoff Medical Masks
A trim shop in the United Arab Emirates was busted for making knockoff medical masks, according to auto upholstery blog The Hog Ring.
The masks, designed to appear like medical-grade masks, were made of poor-quality fabric and headed to a nearby grocery store to be sold to customers before the shop was raided by local police.
Like the United States and other countries, the UAE allows for businesses to make face masks to sell or donate, but those of medical grade must follow strict requirements.
To read more about the incident, head over to The Hog Ring.