Ding, Ding, Ding, Fatberg Right Ahead

Fatberg found in London sewerJust like the iceberg took out the Titanic a “fatberg” nearly took out a suburb in London. The “fatberg”, aka an enormous clump of cooking fat and sanitary wipes, was found clogging the drain under a road in Kingston. The nasty messy was over 15 tonnes (size of a bus) and had reduced the sewer capacity to 5%. Left any longer the fatberg could have unleashed a torrent of raw sewage from the manholes, the likes the world has never seen.

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Filed under All That Is Wrong With The World, Friggin Gross, Well I Never

14 responses to “Ding, Ding, Ding, Fatberg Right Ahead

  1. Binky

    I wonder how many other places have something like this lurking under their streets.

  2. Hate to be the one who has to clean that up.

  3. see this is why most of the people here do it out in the open, no blocked drains plus every body is just used to the smell so in case of any small clogging or outburst the sight or the smell won’t kill us. ha who wins now 🙂

  4. I say the time has come when we all should do it the Spiritual way. Go out in open choose your place near a the railway track enjoy trains and lush greenery, communicate with your poop friends and just do it man.

  5. Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeuw 😦
    Smelly rotting ass wipes, I mean feline helpers,
    I don’t know where you find these stories from Loon,
    well actually we do, right from the gutter 😦 Pooh

    NEXT… xxxx

  6. STAT!
    Sounds like an episode of ER.
    In a way.
    Kind of.
    Er…

  7. Raw sewage from a manhole. I’m strangely uncomfortable with that expression!!!…..So….Fatberg isn’t a suburb of overweight Jewish people….just sayin!

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