Students in Sheffield are being warned of the dangers of buying and drinking fake alcohol after more than two thousand bottles of counterfeit booze was seized in the city over the last five months.
The products have been found to contain industrial alcohol, nail polish remover and anti-freeze.
There's now a campaign to get the message across to students, as thousands return to the city. Martin Fisher has the story.
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