The devastating set of huge earthquakes that struck Japan last week is having an unexplained side effect: copious amounts of a mysterious foam-like substance is covering the streets.
According to FOX News:
Twitter users began posting photos of the unexplained foam shortly after the tremors receded.
Some have speculated that an underground pipe had burst, although the origin is still unclear.
A city spokesperson told The Independent they did not know anything about the bubbles. What exactly the bubbles are made of is still a mystery. One Twitter user called it “disgusting.”
— ロキア (@R0KlA) April 15, 2016
— TAKAFUMI (@The_takafumi) April 15, 2016
— はるぴよ⑅⃝ (@_xPIYOx_) April 15, 2016
Check out a video of the mystery foam below:
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