Marijuana Grow Operation Discovered at Legoland

A marijuana grow operation was discovered on the grounds of Legoland in England on Monday.

Around 50 marijuana plants, up to 3 feet in height, were found in a bungalow located on the property in Windsor, located about 25 miles west of London, the Sun reported.

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    <p>"The bungalow was set up with lights and watering gear. It's not a few plants, it's a professional farm," a source told the paper.<br></p><p><em>RELATED: Grow op discovered behind daycare.</em></p><p class="shortcode-media shortcode-media-youtube"><iframe src="" width="100%" height="480" frameborder="0" scrolling="no" class="rm-shortcode" data-rm-shortcode-id="XLVL581490723762"></iframe></p><p>Adding to the intrigue, the behind-the-scenes growers are believed to have accessed the facility through the nearby Crown Estate, where Queen Elizabeth II's <a href="" target="_blank">Windsor Castle</a> residence is located.<br></p><p>Workers reportedly discovered the illegal greenhouse during a search for asbestos. The grow house was found on land that Legoland owns, but outside the theme park's boundary.</p><p>A spokeswoman for Legoland, reached by The Scotsman, <a href="" target="_blank">confirmed the discovery</a> and said that they are working with local authorities.</p><p>"We will continue to support their ongoing investigation," she told the news site.</p><p>Local <a href="" target="_blank">news site Get Reading</a> later reported that Thames Valley Police took two men, ages 40 and 34, into custody.</p>