In the past week, there has been a rash of reports of Russian honeypoopers using fake IDs to sneak into Western markets, where they have been spotted selling fake honey, Russian coffee and even a honey-free honey cake.
The Russian Honey Pooper Threat has caused a stir across the internet and prompted the hashtag #RussianHoneyPooper on Twitter.
The honey pooper is not the only one to have targeted Western markets recently.
A Dutchman who was caught on CCTV stealing Russian coffee in the UK was fined £600 for smuggling a bag of Russian beans in his suitcase.
A Russian honeycake shop in China was forced to close for selling fake Russian honey.
And in the US, a British tourist was caught selling Russian honey cake and fake Russian caviar to an undercover police officer.
A police officer filming the theft was filmed buying a honey cake with Russian cavortas, and a Russian honey-loving tourist was also filmed taking a Russian-style honey cake home with him.
Russian honey cakes have become an increasingly popular item, with some even selling for $60 (£37).
A number of honey shops in the country have reportedly closed for good.