The highly-anticipated album from the pop star has been met with praise from fans and industry professionals alike, but there is one potential problem with the album.
According to RadarOnline, the album has seed paper, which Katy encourages fans to use to "spread the light" by planting it, which sounds like a pretty cool idea--except on the international versions, where Katy's fans could be planting things that are not native to their region, creating a potential biohazard.
"Seeds or plant material of international origin may be a weed not present in Australia or the host of a plant pathogen of biosecurity concern," a spokesperson for the Australian Department of Agriculture explained.
As a result, all copies being shipped from overseas will need to be carefully inspected--and they definitely have their work cut out for them, because Katy's album is currently No. 1 in Australia!