After earthquake, 'mysterious foam' shocks people of Japan – See pics
In a very shocking incident, people of the earthquake-hit Japan's Fukuoka city saw a huge carpet of mysterious foamy bubbles on the streets.
Tokyo: In a very shocking incident, people of the earthquake-hit Japan's Fukuoka city saw a huge carpet of mysterious foamy bubbles on the streets.
The foam, which looked very disgusting, filled the streets of this southern Japanese city in the early hours of Saturday morning – shortly after tremors from a devastating earthquake of magnitude 7.3 shook the town.
According to media reports, Fukuoka is 90km away from Kumamoto, where the strongest tremors were felt.
The Saturday's earthquake that had struck the island of Kyushu in southwestern Japan has risen to 41. The quake came after a sizable foreshock hit Kumamoto prefecture on Thursday.
Thousands of people were injured due to the quakes and aftershocks in the region.
Here are some pictures of the mysterious foam posted on Twitter:
— ロキア (@R0KlA) April 16, 2016
— はるぴよ⑅⃝ (@_xPIYOx_) April 15, 2016