A small Dutch town’s residents called the police after noticing something extraordinary at the home of some nearby neighbours.
To be more specific, even though it snowed heavily and the snow layer accumulated and grew, not a single speck of snow “stuck” to the home’s entire roof, which made people wonder.
They were right; when the police arrived on the scene, they found a thriving business within a cannabis society. Snow cover wasn’t allowed to accumulate because of the heat used to grow the plants.
Following their capture by melting snow, cannabis farmers are being detained by Dutch police in large numbers.
The lack of snow on the roofs can make drug lords’ locations known, proving an unexpected obstacle in the Netherlands.
A lengthy prison sentence awaits the owner of the building where cannabis cultivation took place. The government only permits the cultivation of up to five cannabis plants, despite the Netherlands’ tolerance for personal marijuana use.