January 21 British police said on the 20th that marijuana “garden” was found for the first time in the City of London, where people were empty due to the prevention and control of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
The City of London Police said that someone called the police that they smelled “strong marijuana”.
During the police search, 826 cannabis plants were found in the basement of an office building near the Bank of England.
The police destroyed the marijuana “garden” and arrested the people concerned.
From public photos by the police, the marijuana “garden” is equipped with lighting and ventilation systems.
According to the police, this is the “first marijuana factory” in the City of London.
It was built because of the “swell-in-the-side people” during the epidemic and is not easy to detect.
The City of London is located on the north bank of the Thames River and on the east side of St.
Paul’s Cathedral in London.
It covers an area of only 2.6 square kilometers and brings together a large number of financial institutions such as banks and stock exchanges.
Since March last year, the City of London has almost become an empty city because most office workers work from home.
Andrew Bailey, president of the Bank of England, mocked himself in an online event on the 20th that there will certainly be countless people joked from now on, “we now know what the Bank of England is doing” and “I have to say that the Bank of England is indeed very quiet around”.
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