The United Kingdom's most senior officer can smell, but she can't smell cannabis.
Cressida Dick, the Metropolitan Police's first female commissioner told the Radio 4 her sense of smell is very important to her, but it has a big blind spot.
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"My colleagues think it's hilarious that I simply cannot ever smell cannabis. I am hopeless in that respect."
She does have a sense of smell though, as she also mentioned her love of pleasant smelling items. If she were trapped on a desert island she would bring along soap as her luxury item.
Ms Dick became Commissioner of Police in February 2017 after the retirement of Bernard Hogan-Howe.
She's the first female commissioner of police and originally joined the force in as a constable in 1983.
Ms Dick came out as gay in April 2017 after she became commissioner. She is the highest ranked lesbian British police officer in history.