Katy Perry's 'Prism' Ruled Potential Biohazard in Australia
Katy Perry's latest album, Prism, is Number One in Australia, but that hasn't stopped the country from declaring it a potential biohazard. Authorities have taken issue with packaging that includes a packet of "harmless local Swan River daisy seeds," according to news.com.au. The singer has been tweeting that different editions contain "seed prisms" that "you can plant to spread the light!" Although her label has claimed that the seeds for that edition were sourced locally in Western Australia, the country's Department of Agriculture is looking into international versions of the album that consumers there may buy as imports.