PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (WJHG/WECP) – Need weed? Well if you do, there’s a sign on Back Beach Road near the Exxon gas station by the Publix grocery store that reads call the number listed to set up an office visit for a fee of $199.

“Legal Weed” and “Need Weed” signs have popped up in Bay County. We called the number and after being asked if we were over the age of 18, if we were a Florida resident, and if we suffer from a chronic illness or everyday disability that is medically diagnosed, we were then connected with a representative with the compliance department of an organization called the Florida Compassionate Use.

The representative told us thanks to the signs, they’re receiving a lot of calls.

“We’re finding out more about the signs as people are calling in and saying, ‘Hey, I saw a sign here,’ or ‘Hey, I saw a sign there.’ We figured out people are putting signs up that say free weed which is a little difficult to swallow on our end because you can imagine how many people are calling in saying, ‘I want free weed,’ which really isn’t what it is. It’s medical marijuana,” said a representative named Jessie. He wouldn’t give us his last name.

An Exxon employee was not happy the sign was so close to his place of work. He doesn’t want people to get the wrong idea.

“I would think they think I’m selling something inside the store, which we’re not. I would have to call that number and ask them to come and get their sign,” said Andrew Peipert, a cashier at Exxon.

The representative from the Florida Compassionate Use told us that after you give them your zip code they will put you in touch with

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