MADRID, Spain (AP) -- Spanish police arrested five Pakistani men on suspicion of trafficking fake luxury goods and forcing people to work in illegal conditions.
Police say the gang was distributing around 2,500 fake items a day.
Clothing and accessories were made in Asia and imported to Spain to be ''finished'' and have fake designer labels attached. Police say the falsified brands included Burberry, Carolina Herrera and Chanel.
Police said in a statement Wednesday that the gang exploited four workers in a windowless warehouse in the southern Madrid suburb of Villaverde. The statement says the men are aged between 22 and 45 years old.