And finally… weed problem
Police have found more than £500,000 worth of cannabis in underground bunkers on a farm in Lincolnshire.
Officers, drones and dogs arrived at the farm in Skendleby on the morning of September 3.
The Spanish Civil Guard also joined the operation, after having provided information which supported intelligence obtained by Lincolnshire Police that a drug operation was taking place at the farm.
Four bunkers housing 12 shipping containers were found 20ft below barns, and within them officers found an abundance of cannabis plants, with an estimated street value of £580,000.
In total, authorities spend nine days searching the site. On top of the discovery of drugs, officials found over 300 tonnes of illegal waste, a shotgun and six stolen cars, LADBible reports.
Three men were arrested on suspicion of production of a Class B drug, burglary with intent to steal, animal welfare offences and possible waste offences.