A Cuyahoga Falls man is accused of trying to sell phony desinger handbags that prosecutors say looked almost like the real thing.
Ronald Jason Azar, 34, is charged with trafficking in counterfeit merchandise in the U.S. District Court of Cleveland, according to the Beacon Journal.
Federal prosecutors say he "intentially" tried to sell off more than 100 bags with labels including Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Marc Jacobs and Gucci.
If the purses were genuine, authorities estimate they'd be worth more cash than you could fit in your Coach wallet at $184,000.
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