Huge blob of sea foam engulfs Irish city — RT World Information
An enormous mass of sea foam lined components of Eire’s east coast. Dangerous climate and excessive winds blew an particularly massive mass of it into the city of Bray, situated south of Dublin.
Footage from the scene circulating on-line reveals the city’s seafront fully lined with the wobbly blob on Saturday afternoon.
A number of individuals braved the sturdy winds, taking a knee-deep stroll via the blob resembling an enormous porridge spill.
The combo of sea water and lifeless organics lined Bray’s seaside fully, with among the foam being blown deeper into the city.
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