Defendant claims that there is no trademark infringement. He got the offered sunglasses for his birthday and had bought some other glasses on his holidays. Ray-Ban's trademark rights are therefore exhausted. He hasn’t kept receipts for these purchases. And that the number 280 was a typo, he only had 28 of them.
Court ignores this, as defendant cannot provide any substantiating evidence. Ray-Ban also proves at the hearing (by means of the case and the packaging) there are fakes. Prohibition, compensation of damages, court costs, etc. are granted.trademarks