Hey, Why Don’t We Make It a Crime to Buy Fake Designer Handbags? You Know, the Way New York City Wants To

You know what our Fishermans Wharf has a reputation for? For counterfeit handbags, right?

Well, look and see what New York is doing about a similar problem in their Chinatown – some pols Back East want to impose a $1000 fine and six months in jail for the act of buying a fake Mark Jacob.

Check it:

“We don’t want to be known as the place to come to get counterfeit goods,” said Councilwoman Margaret Chin, whose Chinatown district is ground zero for counterfeiters.”

(Well, I can’t tell…)

Why can’t we have a crazy law like this, too?

Shouldn’t purse buyers be afraid to buy purses in San Francisco?

Sure, why not?

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One Response to “Hey, Why Don’t We Make It a Crime to Buy Fake Designer Handbags? You Know, the Way New York City Wants To”

  1. ED says:

    FIND SOMETHING TO DO TO GIVE MORE FREEDOM,DON’T TAKE IT AWAY.

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