Monday, 18 April 2016

Strange Carpet Of Foam Covers Japanese City After Recent Earthquakes


A strange carpet of foamy residue has covered the streets of a Japanese city after a recent earthquake which shook the town on during the weekend.  Shocked residents discovered the foam in the busy central district of Tenjin, Fukuoka.

Foam found in Japan in the aftermath of an earthquake.

Earthquake victims walk towards an earthquake evacuation shelter in Mashiki, Kumamoto Prefecture, southwestern Japan, 18 April 2016.

Some residents have speculated that the earthquake might have caused an underground pipe to burst, covering the city's streets with the substance. But  there has still been no official explanation.