1.3 million pounds worth of fake Apple goods have been seized by West Sussex Trading Standards - the biggest in its history.
Fake chargers, batteries, cables, headphones and adapters were seized from a warehouse in London.
An investigation was launched after a charger, bought for £59 from a shop in Haywards Heath in West Sussex, overheated.
The customer was alarmed at how hot it became when charging her Apple Macbook at home.
She then contacted Trading Standards who later found the charger was unsafe and fake by Apple.
The trail led to another shop in Brighton and on to a warehouse in Kingston-upon-Thames.
A search was carried out at the London premises and over a million pounds worth of fake stock was found.
They were instantly recognisable as fakes because many had the same serial numbers - a tell-tale sign as all official Apple products carry unique serial numbers.