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A mysterious 1.5-meter metal sphere found on Enshuhama Beach in Hamamatsu
Japan caused officials to close the beach and launch an investigation amid security concerns. A woman discovered the object and promptly alerted the police at around 9 am on Tuesday. The police arrived at the scene and immediately cordoned off a 200-meter perimeter as a precaution against a possible explosion.
A video shared on Twitter shows Japanese officials dressed in protective uniforms approaching the object slowly, inspecting it from all angles. The sphere’s surface coating of rust confirmed to the police that it was made of iron.
While some experts believe the object’s protrusion resembles a mooring buoy, others dismiss this theory as it does not account for the object’s presence on the beach.The object’s origins remain a mystery, and officials have not ruled out the possibility of it being debris or part of an experiment.
The discovery of the metal sphere has attracted media attention both locally and internationally, as security concerns have heightened following the shooting down of a Chinese spy balloon by the US and several subsequent sightings of unidentified objects worldwide. The Japanese bomb squad X-rayed the ball and determined that it posed no danger to the public.
Has since been reopened, but the mysterious metal sphere continues to intrigue both locals and visitors alike. The authorities are reportedly planning to remove the object from the beach and conduct further investigations to determine its origins and purpose.
In a statement, the local authorities thanked the woman who reported the object and urged the public to stay vigilant and report any suspicious objects or activity to the authorities. The incident serves as a reminder of the importance of maintaining high levels of security and vigilance in public spaces, particularly in light of recent global security concerns.
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