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The Wheeler-Lea Act
Later in the afternoon
Henry: Step right up, try my newly fresh oranges exclusively from the Amazon rain forests in South America. For just only 5 bucks these oranges will help clear up any headaches. Customer #1: Oooo I want one take my money. Customer #2: Me as well anything to relieve stress and headaches.
The next day
Henry: Good day officer will you be interested in trying out my brand new oranges. Officer Jones: Hmm, they look audible enough where did you get them from? Henry: I got them from the Amazon rainforests of South America. Officer Jones: I guess I'll give one a bite.
Officer Jones: Mmm these aren't half bad you sure these things are ok to eat? Henry: Positive, these oranges can help clear headaches. Officer Jones: Well then this certainly brightens up my day, but I gotta go to work now. Thanks for the oranges sir Henry: No problem hope you liked them.
Henry: Hello again officer you'd come back to have more oranges. Officer Jones: I'm sorry sir, but I'm going to have to place you under arrest for poisoning over two dozens citizens. Henry: What I'm sorry what I do. Officer Jones: Apparently those oranges have a seriously bad case of E-coli that cause many people to end up in the hospital. Henry: Um, oops
Officer Jones: According to The Wheeler-Lea Act of 1938, you used false advertisement by selling people these oranges in order to make them think it can clear headaches. Henry: Wait, officer, I can explain! Officer Jones: Tell it to the judge sir, your business is officially over.
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