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If so, they've certainly done a good job of packaging the contents.
My guess is that it's a customer return (e.g. someone purchased it, removed the original contents and replaced them with a similar weight of older parts, before re-sealing it); I don't think that it's anything to do with LEGO!
The box did not show any damage and if I have all this effort with glueing it back together why don´t take a more expensive set? Really strange ...
How do you know that I’ve not been a victim of such a shop scam and still think it’s a good joke???
anyway, my opinion is that it’s funny and Id give the actual contents for the set in a Megabloks box the following year for a birthday gift...