A Power Ranger, Sex Toys, Credit Cards And More Found In London’s Sewage System – Design You Trust

A Power Ranger, Sex Toys, Credit Cards And More Found In London’s Sewage System


Engineers at the Canwick Water Recycling Centre near Lincoln were doing a regular sweep of the sewage system and they found some interesting items down there. You won’t believe what people have flushed down their toilets in London.


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