Regional Treasure Turns Foamy Horror

It causes skin disease, it contaminates fish, it's a bigger threat to India's beaches than rising sea levels. But people are frolicking in Chennai's frothing sea pollution.

12/04/2019 1:50 PM
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  • Manjunath H.
    12/11/2019 16:31

    No humans are in living in this place

  • Swagato G.
    12/10/2019 09:34


  • Amir N.
    12/09/2019 15:30

    Worrysome and scary

  • Shankar K.
    12/09/2019 13:31

    Super nice

  • Aneett B.
    12/08/2019 17:11

    go and die

  • Ch N.
    12/07/2019 18:25

    When it was happened in Australia they called as natural wonder and natural phenomenon.... but when it comes to India nothing but a pollution... fake news media👎

  • Varun K.
    12/07/2019 11:51

    ye kya ho raha hai Chennai mein?

  • Themson S.
    12/07/2019 04:20

    RIP to all Indians who think ,that foam(pollution product) to be another blessing from God 😇🙏👼

  • Mahima S.
    12/06/2019 10:30

    How are companies allowed to do this? No law for them too?

  • Monison P.
    12/05/2019 20:26

    This is done on purpose..

  • Pooja L.
    12/05/2019 14:46

    We really need to stop and think, how untreated sewage is making sea and rivers so frothy and poisonous?, it's our increased use of chemical based products, we can use curd to wash hairs, baking soda to clean teeth and wash clothes, Multani Mitti as a soap, it works, let's get back to natural way of living, let's save Earth.

  • Brut India
    12/05/2019 06:34

    Delhi's Yamuna was foaming with toxicity, but the devotees were delighted:

  • Sandeep R.
    12/05/2019 01:53

    People are stupid

  • Chester H.
    12/05/2019 01:07

    Indians🤣🤣🤣🤣 Why are we so faltu🤣🤣

  • Dipankar H.
    12/05/2019 00:20


  • Subrojit G.
    12/04/2019 21:12

    Seriously what are we doing to our mother earth 😩😩😩😩

  • Annette V.
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  • Rk S.
    12/04/2019 17:39

    Sasa saboon ka jhaag..

  • Susan D.
    12/04/2019 14:31

    Even if the foam wasn't visible, the chemistry of the water would still be toxic. IDK how it could be expensed or budgeted but there are sewage treatment plants that generate their own electricity. It's odd, but even places that can patently afford them, have documented proof of the effectiveness are hesitant to upgrade. It takes time and land, the last being the tough part. Best wishes on this project.