by Brendan Dunne

Don't buy fake sneakers. And don't try to sell fake sneakers at a consignment store.

To be fair, the kid who got caught with the above bogus pair of "Cork" LeBron 10s apparently didn't know that they weren't legitimate when he brought them to Los Angeles consignment shop Rif LA to try to put them up for sale.

Per the Instagram caption, employees let him know that the sneakers weren't the real deal. After that, they took the logical next step of defacing the shoes with a warning that, "buying fake shoes support [sic] terrorism" and promptly threw them in the trash.

That's one less pair of fake sneakers in the world that you have to worry about.