Snippet from the article:
In a sleepy suburban street, police and undercover agents prepare to raid the HQ of a lucrative drugs ring. But this is not a squalid bedsit or dingy warehouse. It is a detached bungalow on a leafy lane in an affluent area. The cops are not after crack or heroin. They are hunting substances that many believe to be potentially even more dangerous – fake prescription medication.
There is big money being made in counterfeit medicines, which are sold mainly on the internet. The market is believed to be worth around Â£45million a year.
Read the rest at The Sun.
Oh, and finasteride is listed as one of those drugs that they’re hunting. This is just one of the reasons I’ve never recommended ordering prescription medications via the web. I know some people disregard this type of information, so even if you’re adamant about ordering prescription meds online, at least use common sense and be careful.