Flower beds used to grow MARIJUANA in Kazakhstan capital


Kazakhstan's government has launched an investigation after hundreds of marijuana plants were discovered growing in flowerbeds across the capital.

Images of planting beds in Astana City filled with the illegal herbs have been uploaded by Russian Facebook users, though everyone seems mystified as to where they have come from.

While some have suggested the cannabis was planted by local users keen to cash in on a free supply, others have suggest the government is trying to lure drug users in before arresting them. 

cannabis growing at the side of the road

Authorities in Kazakhstan's capital Astana City are investigating after images of hundreds of cannabis plants growing in flowerbeds there were uploaded to Russian social media sites

A visitor to Astana City uploaded the first picture, saying they were attracted to the plants by their strange smell before realising what they were (pictured)

Authorities now say they are...

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