Marijuana plants hidden in plain sight for 4/20 stunt

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Look, there’s been a lot of 4/20 stunts popping up around the joint. A lot.

Not all of them are great, but a bunch of marijuana plants hidden in plain sight, not hurting anyone? We’re in.

Australian artists installed “cannabis” plants all over Sydney’s central business district on April 20 (also known as 4/20, international marijuana day), in an effort to draw attention to the country’s debate around cannabis legalisation.

If you’re thinking of stealing some free pot, we’ve got some bad news for you. The plants aren’t real. They’re movie props, as the act of owning cannabis plants without a medicinal manufacturing license, or giving away free cannabis is, you guessed it, illegal. But it’s the thought that counts, right?  Read more…

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Marijuana plants hidden in plain sight for 4/20 stunt