Via Le Figaro with AFP
Police in a township in New Jersey are trying to figure out how hundreds of pounds Pasta Food was illegally dumped in a wooded area in this New York suburb. Mystery including local newspapers The New York Times In recent days, the account says, since last week, a walker has posted photos of several piles on Facebook. boisterousMacaroni and pasta shells in a small forest, on the edge of a river in the town of Old Bridge, near Megalopolis, New York.
Pasta “Tossed to the Stream’s Edge”
equivalent to “Fifteen wheeled carts” or “Several hundreds (kg) of uncooked pasta were taken out of their packaging and thrown at the edge of the stream“, municipal official Himanshu Shah confirmed to AFP via email on Friday. Municipal employees and police were dispatched to the scene after the images circulating on social media were recognized.
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A state bordering New York on the other side of the Hudson River, New Jersey is famous for being home to many communities of European descent, particularly Americans of Italian descent. About 17% of its population claim Italian ancestry. This waste pasta, which is “Print” In the undergrowth, taken within an hour, the municipality confirmed that the local police investigation. An old bridge with a population of 65,000 suggests the presence of a restaurant or a giant order.
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