Police in the Netherlands raided an otherwise normal-looking house in the city of Haarlem last week when they surmised from the lack of snow on its roof that there was some suspicious activity going on within. The house was full of sweet, sticky reefer. Go figure.
The Telegraph reports that when the police arrived at the house, which was the only one on the street not covered with a light dusting of snow, they discovered an "industrial-scale cultivation of cannabis" and all kinds of heat lamps to nurture the owner's little baby buds.
While the Netherlands has lax laws regarding weed consumption (spring break, babyyy), it is illegal to grow more than five cannabis plants at home. As a warning to other growhouses in the Netherlands, Dutch police tweeted out a photo of the snowless house asking house owners to snitch on their neighbors. Very unchill.
— Politie Delft (@PolDelft) February 5, 2015