A rogue trader who peddled piles of fake designer clothes has been banned from every market in England and Wales.
Adnel Avram, 30, was also slapped with a three-month suspended prison sentence, ordered to complete 150 hours of community service and fined more than £10,000.
The stall-holder, who also goes by the name of Hagi Avram, sold the counterfeit clothes at Wembley and Bovingdon markets, before being stung by Brent and Harrow Trading Standards.
Undercover officers raided his home in Holyrood Avenue, South Harrow, in January and found a stash of more than 700 items hidden away in his garden shed and white transit van.
The haul included clothes displaying the names of popular brands such as Diesel, Lacoste, Timberland, Dolce & Gabbana, Stone Island and Moschino.
Avram, who had been sent a number of warning letters from trading standards officers about selling the fakes, was subsequently arrested but claimed the goods belonged to his 18-year-old brother.
He appeared at Brent Magistrates' Court on November 20 and pleaded guilty to 10 offences under the Trade Marks Act.
The court was told the trader had "told porky pies" to probation officers about his level of involvement in the illegal enterprise and had been caught on more than one occasion supplying fake goods at Wembley Market.
Avram will face a year in jail if he fails to pay the £10,250 fines and costs within six months.
Bill Bilon, director of Brent and Harrow Trading Standards Service, said: "Mr Avram was warned about his illegal conduct at the market on more than one occasion but he continued to offend.
"We remain as committed as ever to prohibiting the sale of counterfeit goods from Wembley Market or anywhere else within our boroughs."