People catching a flight at the airport in Las Vegas can now get rid of any leftover weed before taking to the skies thanks to metal receptacles installed outside the facility.
Thirteen green metal containers have been set up at McCarran International Airport in response to county officials banning marijuana possession and advertising at the facility last year. They plan on adding seven more boxes.
The receptacles commonly referred to as “amnesty boxes” are bolted to the ground and designed so that marijuana and prescription drugs can only be dropped in, but not taken out.
First batch of marijuana and prescription drugs drop-off boxes have been installed at McCarran Airport. It is illegal to possess or advertise marijuana products on Clark County Dept of Aviation properties. That includes Henderson and North Las Vegas airport. @KTNV pic.twitter.com/dDOfpeABvw
— Nina Porciuncula (@NinaReports) February 22, 2018
Via KTNV 13