Police in north Moravia have arrested two men over the possession of bootleg liquor. The men, aged 46 and 47, were detained on Wednesday after inspectors found 400 litres of alcohol in various containers without duty stamps, a police spokeswoman said. The alcohol is now being tested for the presence of methanol. The police have also charged two people from Havířov and Zlín with offences related to the distribution of bootleg liquor.
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