Tomato plants mistaken for cannabis farm during landlord inspection at Scots flat

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A letting agent mistook tomato plants for cannabis at a West Lothian flat.

The woman spotted numerous plants under lights in the bedroom of the property during a routine inspection.

Robert Young, chief executive of The Key Place, recounted the incident in a blog post, revealing: “One of The Key Place’s newer members of staff went to carry out an inspection at a property where we had long term tenants, who had never given us previous cause for concern as a result of inspections.

“The staff member arrived back at the office looking somewhat stunned, to say that the tenants were growing cannabis plants in the bedroom – she saw a number of plants, underneath specialist lights. (read more behind a questionaire)

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