Greetings to all - I have just returned from a trip to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. While there I was walking thru one of the many open air bazaars, where they sell bootleg stuff like CD's, cheap Rolex and Cartier watch knock-offs, and similar stuff. I happened to pass by a vendor selling cologne, and lo and behold there was a bottle of "official" Ferrari after shave! Complete with the yellow prancing horse shield on the bottle. Of course, I felt the need to buy it, so I got it bargained down to 30 ringgits (about $8.00 USD). I never knew that Ferrari was in the aftershave and cologne licensing business. Obviously, I know that I have purchased a counterfeit bottle, but this begs the question of whether or not this is intended to be a copy of a legitimately licensed product? Or, is this simply some local person's goofy idea, thinking that having the Prancing Horse on the bottle might take in gullible purchasers ( ... like me, I suppose)? Anyone know? Thanks and Cheers - DM / Ohio P.S. - Believe it or not, the imitation stuff doesn't smell too bad. Not at all like gasoline or used motor oil.