A suspicious-looking plant has been spotted in the car park of the Wexford Chambers offices…
A picture of the suspicious plant was posted on the social media platform, Facebook, by Wexford town councillor, Tom Forde.
“This had been growing at the Wexford Chamber of Commerce Car Park. You could be forgiven for thinking or hoping it was some sort of a new approach. A fair smell off it,” he said.Tradewinds Hibiscus On My Deck - Exotic Gardening + Experimental HomesteaderTradewinds Hibiscus On My Deck - Ex...
Some people commented on the post, offering to relocate the plant free of charge while another suggested: “dump it at my place”.
Interestingly, this is not the first time that something like this has occurred and this act may have been inspired by similar previous campaigns.
Back in 2021, an Irish activist had placed a cannabis plant outside of the City Hall in Cork and outside of the Irish Taoiseach’s, Micháel Martin’s office.
The campaign aims to highlight the medical benefits of using cannabis.
At the time of writing, we are unaware if these campaigns are linked, but given the fact that this plant was found outside Wexford’s Chamber of Commerce, it could suggest that this is another campaign aiming to spark a discussion and highlight the financial benefits of legalizing it in Ireland.
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