Two men were arrested last weekend after it was discovered that they’d been growing marijuana in a building only some 100 meters away from police headquarters in Taichung, Taiwan under the belief that “the most dangerous place is usually the safest”. Bless ’em.
Police raided the suspects’ rented home on Saturday and found 161 cannabis plants between 50 and 60 centimeters tall, the Global Times said, citing Taiwan-based United Daily News. Each plant carried a street value of NT$6,000, or around 200 USD.
The pair transported the supply most conspicuously in a Mercedes-Benz along with fertilizer and equipment.
Police had also confiscated directions written in English and Chinese explaining how to grow the cannabis plants indoors. The suspects said they’d learned the growing process while in Canada. It’s always Canada.