Workers Break Up Giant 130-Ton Fatberg in London Sewers

November 5, 2017

Sewer authorities in London have declared victory over a giant 'fatberg' that was clogging the tunnels. So-called fatbergs are - and we're sorry if you're eating while you hear this - giant masses of waste, fat, tissue, etc. They cause huge headaches for sewer workers, who have been tasked with breaking it up using high-pressure jets, shovels and even their hands. It took them nine weeks to vanquish this fatberg, which weighed 130 stinky tons.

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