This isn’t snow. And there wasn’t any foam party around.
No, what’s covering streets and floating in the air at Bellandur Lake, in India’s technology capital, is a stinky toxic froth triggered by chemicals and sewage.
The foam rises so high that it flows into the neighbourhoods around the lake…
Over the years, the 9,000-acre Bellandur lake in India’s technology capital has been polluted by chemicals and sewage.
During storms, the toxic foam is floating in the air.
Authorities are not doing enough to clean the lake.
The foam stinks like hell, but locals have to live with it.
No this is not a car wash…
Snow in this tropical part of India is also impossible.
To finish a video showing the creepy health and environmental situation in at Lake Belladur in Bangalore:
Ever heard of such an apocalyptic pollution?