Experts are trying to establish why a large expanse of foam has appeared on the River Clyde in Glasgow. The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (Sepa) said it had received a number of calls. - BBC Scotland
I mentioned this incident to a Glaswegian work colleague the other day. I was like, "I reckon all that foam in the River Clyde is probably soap".
"What's that?" He asked, conveniently.
"It's a cleaning product that you apply to your body for hygiene reasons", I said.
The doctor says the swelling might go down in three or four days.