DNA test has been conducted on the fake eggs and the result came out as ? and yes you got it right, those eggs that were sold in Pulau Tikus, Penang are real genuine eggs not fake eggs that was being reported by a housewife and the Consumers Association of Penang last week. Is it safe to eat/consume the eggs sold at Pulau Tikus ? The answer is a big YES ! More reports here @ http://thestar.com.my/news/story.asp?file=/2011/4/11/nation/8455932&sec=nation
Extra info - Fake eggs are common in China, and they are full of chemicals and sold at lower prices. It would be very hard to tell the difference between fake eggs and genuine ones as both looked almost identical.The only way is to break the egg. The yolk in a real egg can easily be removed as a whole.