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Nike shoes and iPhones? More containers are on their way to the beach - and the residents are already storming in - voila! news

2022-12-28T12:02:38.527Z


The containers that washed up on the shores of Ashkelon yesterday attracted the crowds after documents with new goods scattered in large quantities were distributed on the networks. But there are locked containers that are still floating in the sea, and when rumors arrived about the types of goods they contained, citizens with a purpose went out to them in boats


Thousands of children's toys and pacifiers washed up on the shores of Ashkelon last night (Tuesday) after several containers carrying them broke away from a foreign ship that was waiting in the middle of the sea and drifted into Israeli territory.

The free attraction drew crowds after footage of the goods being scattered in large quantities circulated online.



But there are locked containers that are still floating in the sea, and when rumors arrived about the types of goods they contained, citizens with a purpose went out to them in boats.

The rumors range from new iPhones, Nike shoes and electric scooters locked inside a container floating in the middle of the sea.



One of the residents was Rami Ivgi, who went out in the afternoon with a boat towards one of the containers but according to him the maritime police forces preceded him and closed the access to the container.

"I went out with the boat to the sea towards the container for the attraction and the experience, but when we got to the container, the maritime police kept us away," said Rami, who documented the incident.

A container in Lev Yam, today (photo: surfers photos, Matanya Hadar)

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