Two men have been arrested in Northern Ireland after police found a bunch of counterfeit Wii consoles in the back of their car. Not Viis, or any other kind of trademark-dodging contraption, but "fake Nintendo Wii consoles". The pair were aged 22 and 19. Now's as good a time to remind you as any that, with Christmas coming up, if you can't find a Wii on a retail store shelf, whatever you do, don't buy a Wii from a shifty-looking Irishman selling them from the boot of his car. There's a chance you'll regret your purchase.
Brits Arrested Over Counterfeit Wiis
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