Johannesburg - Two men have been arrested in connection with illegal penis enlargement medicine in Booysens, Johannesburg metro police said on Sunday.
"[The JMPD] arrested two men on Saturday at about 14:00 after one man was caught red-handed pasting illegal penis enlargement posters onto traffic light poles," said Chief Superintendent Wayne Minnaar.
The man was arrested at an intersection on Heronmere Road and Booysen Road and led the police to a house where the illegal substance was found.
"The first suspect led officials to a house in Booysens where the illegal medicine was being made. It's being sold for R300 per container. A second suspect was arrested there," Minnaar said.
Police also found counterfeit R100 notes in their possession.
The two men, aged 30 and 33, were both foreign nationals.
They were charged with damage to municipal property, and possession of counterfeit bank notes.
They will appear in the Johannesburg Magistrate's Court on Monday.