Customs officials have uncovered a major counterfeiting operation after seizing a shipment in Los Angeles. Not money, but shoes. More than 14,800 pairs of fake Nikes were discovered in a shipment of boxes marked "napkins" at the L.A./Long Beach Seaport, U.S. Customs and Border Protection officers revealed Wednesday. The counterfeit Air Jordans have a street value of at least $2 million, authorities say. "Counterfeit brand-name shoes is a multi-million dollar criminal industry," says CBP port director LaFonda Sutton-Burke. "The trafficking of these items is extremely lucrative and becomes more profitable in markets involving successful and popular products." If you were offered an awesome deal on a realistic-looking pair of fake Air Jordans, would you go for it? Guess this happens a lot! See the videos below!