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Estate agent accidentally shows cannabis factory in two-bedroom house

The house in Bristol was listed as “in need of refurbishment”, and contained a drug farm.

AN ESTATE AGENT accidentally advertised a cannabis factory to potential buyers of a two-bedroom house in Bristol.

The home, described as “in need of refurbishment” in the advert on Rightmove.co.uk, contained a surprise in one of the bedrooms:

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Plant pots, soil, fans and ventilation pipes are all visible in the photo inside the “Victorian-style villa”.

The advert was swiftly removed after Twitter users discovered the photo.

The Telegraph reports that police had raided the home following a tip-off in July. Besley Hill estate agents had apparently taken photos before the recreational drug farm was cleared up.

The equipment visible in the photo was left over after police had collected evidence, according to Metro.

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