According to the BBC a South Korean professor who claimed he could make tap water into holy water will face fraud charges.
The man, named as Prof Kim, claimed he could digitally capture the elements of holy water from Lourdes, France, that believers say has healing powers. He had sold devices to more than 5,000 people, making almost 1.7bn won ($1.3m, £870,000).
Mr Kim had claimed his ceramic and paper filters, and plastic cards used in water purifiers. The police said that the people who had bought the devices had complained when they did not work.
They did not work? Well duh!