According to police who raided the risky operation, a warehouse in Vietnam had been busted washing and reselling more than 320,000 discarded condoms to pass them off as new.
Police also recovered 324,000 discarded condoms in Vietnam that were being recycled to be sold again.
The paying staff was charged from reshaping them with wooden dildos to washing and drying them, ready to be sold again.
Before being re-sold to the market, the condoms were already repackaged and thousands had already been shipped out to the unsuspecting public.
The operation was operated from a warehouse in southern Vietnam's Binh Duong Province.
On Saturday, police searched the factory and confiscated the prophylactics that were used.
Pham Thi Thanh Ngoc, 33, the warehouse director, was arrested and alleged to have purchased condoms from an anonymous source once a month.
According to local news source VN Explorer, the condoms were reportedly washed, dried, and arranged the condoms before selling them again to the public as if they were new.
The condoms have been seized as confirmation but will be immediately disposed of because they are considered toxic medical waste.
A government official said: 'Condoms are classified as medical items, so we will take a look at the several laws that the owner has broken.'
How many condoms were already sold is not clear, but the load discovered by the police weighed 360 kg.
Local sources said they were being delivered nearby the warehouse to hotels and market stalls.
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