Cannabis Farm Accidentally Caught on Film For Rightmove Ad

Rightmove make a wrong move as they upload pictures of a Cannabis farm in the bedroom of one of their properties.

They failed to clear away the plethora of drug paraphernalia before uploading the pictures to their site.

The two-bedroom Victorian home on Besley Hill was put on the market at £130,000 and is described as being "in need of refurbishment". It was raided after the police received a tip-off of how, according to a former resident of the same road, "There used to be a funny smell in my kitchen and I could not work out what it was. Then one morning I got a call and was told the police were outside the house."

It is billed as boasting all the bells and whistles, such as "part double glazing, central heating, an open plan kitchen/dinging room and a pleasant rear garden." However there is a question regarding whether the house will be worth more or less now that its previously unacknowledged assets have been discovered.

It was potential customers who alerted the Easton branch of the franchise as to the farms existence, several people taking to social networking sites to point out their, er, hash up.

Rich Payne, a potential buyer, posted a link to the house and wrote on Facebook, "There appears to be a cannabis farm for sale on Rightmove."

Similarly, Cory Kattenhorn wrote on Twitter: "Things to find on @Rightmove a cannabis farm ..."

Though no one has been arrested in connection with the drugs, police have taken away the farm. Otherwise, a new tenant might be getting a little more than they bargained for... a few months rent, for example...

Words by Gemma Clark

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