A FRESH warning about fake vodka has been issued after the discovery of bottles containing a poison.
Customs officials seized counterfeit Kirov Vodka from an off-licence in Sidcup, Kent.
Tests confirmed high levels of methanol, a colourless, poisonous liquid used as a solvent and fuel.
The discovery is just the latest in a number and has prompted the Food Standards Agency to renew calls for the public to be on the lookout.
The FSA says the effects of methanol poisoning include abdominal pain, drowsiness and dizziness, blurred vision and breathing difficulties, leading to a coma.
West Yorkshire trading standards is to carry out checks.
Anybody who suspects they have bought the product or seen it on sale should phone 0113 3848 848.