Reporter gives update covered in ‘sea foam’

4 thoughts on “Reporter gives update covered in ‘sea foam’”

  1. I didn’t know foam meant sewage. ?? I have seen ocean foam that’s natural, of course, but nothing like what’s in the video. Could it be that someone’s closet containing a year’s supply of cleaning detergent was breached? Aargh.

    1. My dad warned me decades ago that foam or suds in a creek (“crick”) meant it was polluted. I don’t know squat about oceans, but I I think I’d have enough sense to stay out of stuff that looks like whipped swamp scum. Eeew.

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