• Three Britons have been sent to prison for growing cannabis in the bunker

  • Three Britons have been sent to prison for organizing a factory for the production of cannabis in the anti-nuclear bunker. About it reports BBC News.

    For three years men secretly used underground complex, located in Wiltshire in the South of England, for the cultivation of drugs worth about 6 billion pounds. Four people lived in the bunker and followed the harvest, notes RIA Novosti.

    It is reported that one of the accomplices was sentenced to eight years in prison, two to five years of imprisonment.

    The bunker was built in 1985 to accommodate 150 officials in case of nuclear war. Subsequently, the underground complex was sold.


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