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An unexplained carpet of foamy bubbles filled streets in the centre of the southern Japanese city of Fukuoka in the early hours of Saturday morning – shortly after tremors from a devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.3 shook the town.
Twitter users posted pictures of the mysterious foam, with one calling it “disgusting”.
“I saw it just after the earthquake,” said Kazuki Nabeta, who lives in the busy central district of Tenjin, where the bubbles were found.
"...There wasn't anything special about it – it was normal foam.”
originally posted by: dogstar23
originally posted by: reldra
a reply to: JDesmond
This has been posted before. And, it is raw sewage.
On ATS? I've been scouring the Internet to the best of my low-moderate ability and can't find anything on it. If true...eew.