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The riddle of the iron ball found on a beach in Japan: no one can move it

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An iron ball about one and a half meters in diameter appeared on one of the beaches Japan. The discovery was made on a beach Anchohama, in the city of Hamamatsu, located on the Pacific coast of Shizuoka Prefecture. It is not yet clear what it could be, but according to the first assumptions it will be a buoy for moored ships.


A ball with a diameter of one and a half meters on the beach

The giant ball, orange/brown in color, with some dark spots likely due to rust, was discovered around 9 a.m. on Tuesday, February 21, when it was just after midnight in Italy.


The resident who saw the object immediately notified the police, who, upon arrival, arrived at the scene cordon off the area for security reasons.

Watch: The ball has been there for a month

Japanese police, trying to understand what it could be and how the ball ended up on the beach, X-rayed the body and discovered that the ball was empty inside.


There is no danger of it explodingthe agents said to reassure the residents.

However, according to local media reports, a man who often jogged on the beach said he was surprised by the commotion: “He’s been in there for a month, I tried to push him but he didn’t move,” he said.

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Investigations are underway by the police

The Coast Guard also intervened immediately to carry out all necessary investigations. The most ridiculous and joking hypotheses began to circulate on the Internet.


Some point out that the ball is similar to the one in the Dragon Ball manga. Others talk about it An object left behind by a UFO Or from alien civilizations. But knobs on the surface of the fuzzy sphere point to a much simpler hypothesis.

In fact, it could be a docking buoy that detached and reached Inshuhama Beach in Hamamatsu City.

Image source: Getty

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