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A mountain of pasta was left on the banks of a New Jersey stream, America, Through social networks, residents of the city of Old Bridge shared details about the strange appearance of more than 200 kg of illegally discarded noodles.
Nina Jochnowitz A neighbor in the sector and a former candidate for the municipal council, published photos of the incident on his Twitter account. Facebook and on community group pages.
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“The mayor and his gang continue to ignore the Sixth Ward. It is no surprise when we see construction dumping and other garbage dumping in every locality. This week, the extra meal was a new kind of dumping of pasta.” wrote.
According to eyewitnesses, Randomly discarded food occupied a total area of 25 feet (7.6 m), In addition it was stated that the pasta was cooked and other ingredients. Public sweepers arrived at the scene to proceed with the removal of the food.
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“Approximately 500 pounds of pasta were dumped along the creek that connects with Hilliard and Mimi. Although our city manager has been notified, it appears the mayor can’t do what he needs to do.”Jochnowitz added.
The publication went viral and generated all kinds of reactions among users. While some joke about the possible origin of the phenomenon, the truth is that it could generate a significant impact on the environment,
“We may think: ‘But who cares about a little money?'”. But noodles have a pH that changes the pH of water. Jochnowitz told The Philadelphia Inquirer. “It is important to keep this drain clean as it feeds into the city’s water supply” He added.
Probable origin of the event
The cleaning staff noted that, contrary to what was initially stated, The mountains of pasta were not cooked and had become soggy from direct exposure to moisture.
At the moment, Old Bridge officials do not know the origin of the paste, But neighbors shared their theories about it.
Although there is a Chinese restaurant and a nursing home in the same neighborhood, It is believed that a man may have been the cause while cleaning the house of his mother, who had passed away recently.
“I really feel like he was trying to clear out his parents’ house and they’ve probably been stocking up since Covid” commented Keith Roast In conversation with A Neighbor, NBC New York.