This 420 hydroponic weed shopfront is all substance, no actual drugs (’cause that’s illegal)

420 day is here, and in light of the fact that it’s still very illegal to smoke or possess cannabis in Australia, a pop-up protest with certain differences has emerged.

A retail storefront featuring hydroponic weed depicted up on Thursday in Sydney’s Kings Cross and rather bold protest slash facility got the internet collective tongue wagging.

“Who are we hurting? ” questions the signs on the storefront sign, while inside, trestle tables residence what appear to be nine cannabis plants growing in pots.

Organised by the working group called the Craze Collective and Ballin On A Budget TV, the grow room has been leased until the conclusion of its month, according to a spokesperson.

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“Situated in the very heart of the Australian metropoli killed by booze fuelled violence our purpose is to demonstrate that the new wave of stoners are successful and to spark debate regarding the inadequate statutes becoming them into crooks, ” the spokesperson adds.

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If you’re hoping to visit it, authorities have( unsurprisingly) already attacked the site. But plot spin! It turns out the plants weren’t even the real thing.

“Police attended the propositions to investigate the alleged hydro set up at a shopfront at Kings Cross. As the plants were not cannabis there was no further police action, ” a New South Wales Police spokesperson said.

Got your attention, though, didn’t it?

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