A huge disgusting blob of fat called “fatberg” blocking a 250 meter stretch of London’s sewer network could go on display at the Museum of London.
The museum contacted Thames Water about getting its hands on a chunk of wet wipes, napkins, fat, and oil following its discovery in a Victorian-era sewer in Whitechapel, east London.
Engineers are using shovels and high-powered jets to get the fatberg out. The blob was found earlier this month, and it’s one of the largest ever discovered in London’s sewer network.
SNIP: Blob seen on video: