This is the moment a British fugitive LAUGHS after his 12 years on the run ended with him being arrested in Cambodia.
Wayne Brewer, 50, fled the country as he was awaiting sentence for an assault in London in 2006.
A Cambodian Police statement said: "Colonel Chim Sitha, Inspector of Dangkor district station, led the legal co-ordination with Phol Sokrat, head of the prosecution.
"Officers checked the foreigner's house in a plot of land in Prek Brno Village, Cheung Ek Commune.
"Detectives suspect Mr Wayne Brewer, a 50-year-old British national, to be the owner of the plants."
The material seized was 25 cannabis plants, 53 empty barrels and one big barrel of cannabis.
"Police in Dangkor District are now questioning suspects before they are sent to the Phnom Penh Municipal Court for legal action."
Police believe that the 53 empty blue barrels were used previously to grow the marijuana plants before the drug was harvested.
Colonel Lok Chumteav added: "The suspect has been detained and the cannabis has been seized by officers."
Met Police released a mugshot of Brewer, from Brent, west London, in May 2015 after he was previously convicted of common assault in Kensington in September 2006.
He fled before sentencing.
The fugitive rented a house in capital city Phnom Penh but neighbours contacted police earlier this month after they became suspicious of a strong smell from the garden.
Officers arrived on Friday morning and found 25 large cannabis plants and a blue oil drum containing the freshly-harvested drug.
Police said they have arrested Brewer over the discovery and he has been held in custody for questioning.