Mysterious Rainbow River of Pills Appears In China

Mysterious Rainbow River of Pills Appears In China

This sewer runs along Zhengshang Road, in Zhengzhou, China. On April 21st, the strangest thing happened overnight: it got covered with pill capsules. Pill capsules everywhere, gazillions of them, turing the water into a gross soup of colorful molecules.

Nobody knows how this happened. There are no pharmaceutical factories nearby. Months ago, there was a small pharmaceutical shop, but it was closed by the authorities. They think it may be a secret laboratory, but nobody knows anything about it and the police has no leads.

It looks gross, but kind of cool. Fortunately, these capsules are biodegradable. At least, I hope they are. I’m on pills waiting for a root canal and this is what I imagine my intestines look like right now. [163 via Chinasmack]

 

 

Mysterious Rainbow River of Pills Appears In China

 

Mysterious Rainbow River of Pills Appears In China

 

Republished from gizmodo.com

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