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Dylis Scott and her husband Tony were in their garage on Monica Road, Leicester, on Sunday when the balls fell from the sky during a storm. Mrs Scott said they started hitting the car and garage door and "shooting at me".
In January it was reported that 3cm diameter blue balls came raining down during a hailstorm in Bournemouth, Dorset.
On Sunday Mrs Scott said she had gone inside after she heard thunder while she was painting outside. "Suddenly all these little tiny, bright yellow balls came down with the rain, and they were hitting the car, hitting the garage door, and shooting at me," the 70-year-old said.
Originally posted by criticalmindseed
I call BS
Show me a pic of a partially dissolved ball, none of the ones in the photo are smaller.
Show me a pic of them on the ground outside at least.
Either some kid next door was firing an automatic airsoft into the sky or its a hoax by the photographer who took the photo.
Originally posted by Pervius
I think it's called Tellerium 132, the short lived radioactive hot particle they are trying to catch with those balls and tie them up into the gel unto the half life expires. 48 hours I believe it is.