What is this mysterious foam covering the streets of Fukuoka, Japan?
Nobody knows. The only sure thing is that these baffling bubbles appeared just a few hours after the devastating M7.0 earthquake in this city situated around 90km from the epicenter.
This weird and mysterious foam bubbles covered the streets of Fukuoka, Japan following the apocalyptical M7.0 earthquake of Saturday morning, April 16, 2016.
The Japanese city is situated 90km from the epicenter of the quake.
A strong shaking was felt but only little damage is reported.
Officials suggest an underground pipe burst could have caused the foam.
There is however little information available.
WTH? Mysterious foam blankets #Fukuoka (90km away from #Kumamoto) #Japan city after deadly 7.3 magnitude earthquake. pic.twitter.com/xOhc9YzybK
— Raven*H⚓️U*Wolf (@RavenHUWolf) 17 avril 2016
Look at this foam invasion in India… And that’s pollution for sure!
What do you think this weird foam is?
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