According to an eyewitness, the Chapmans hit Robertson Boulevard's cash-only MedMen medical marijuana dispensary on Saturday, September 1.
"Dog and Beth had to present ID at the door like everyone else who goes there," the onlooker told RadarOnline.com. "They spent 45 minutes inside before leaving with their purchases."
Dog, 65, and 50-year-old Beth advocated for the legalization of marijuana back in 2013.
"I absolutely think it should become legal — absolutely, a 100 percent," he said. "I've smoked pot and I've drank. My morality stays the same if I smoke pot. It does not if I drink."
And, as RadarOnline.com reported, the couple may be even more into medical marijuana since Beth's recent battle with throat cancer, which is now in remission after she underwent surgery.
MedMen Enterprises has 12 stores, a $1.6 billion valuation and is traded on the Canadian Stock Exchange.
Despite the dispensary's success, other businesses on the street have complained about the smell emanating from MedMen, which sits almost directly across from the trendy celebrity-fave restaurant The Ivy.
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