Marijuana plants found at children’s amusement park Legoland in building accessible through land owned Queen Elizabeth

Marijuana (illustration)
By: Mason White

Police were shocked to discover a marijuana growing operation in a building near land owned by Queen Elizabeth, according to police in the United Kingdom.

Windsor police said that they have arrested a 40-year-old man of Windsor and a 34-year-old man of Burnham, after being accused of growing marijuana at the Legoland children’s amusement park.

Both men are facing a charge of producing cannabis.

According to the police investigation, employees of Legoland inspected a run down building on Monday, when they made the discovery.

Employees found 50 marijuana plants and state of the art drug lab equipment, including heat lamps and an irrigation system.

Legoland officials said that the building appears to have been accessed from land belonging to the Queen.