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The male enhancement pills could be fakes.

A New Jersey man was charged today with trafficking in counterfeit male enhancement supplements imported from China and with laundering proceeds of more than $1 million.

U.S. Attorney Paul Fishman says Shuja Ali Syed, originally from Pakistan and now a resident of Iselin, was arrested this morning by U.S. Department of Homeland Security-Homeland Security Investigations special agents.

According to the complaint filed in Newark federal court today, Syed trafficked in counterfeit, purportedly all-natural male enhancement products and sold the products to undercover law enforcement agents and others in New Jersey and New York.

Syed stand accused of depositing more than $600,000 into New Jersey bank accounts and wiring more than $1 million to China, all of which were proceeds from the illegal importation and sale of the counterfeit pills.