sidmouth - A British water company removes a huge 'vetberg' from the sewer under the beach town of Sidmouth. It may take about eight weeks to dispose of the mass of coagulated fat, message Sky News.
The 64-meter-long fat mountain came to light at the end of last year during an inspection of the sewer system. Water company South West Water had a 3D scan made of the colossus, which is longer than four double-decker buses. Such greasy mountains occur because people flush waste such as grease, diapers and cleaning wipes through the toilet.