Friday, August 19, 2016
Holidaymakers left baffled after stumbling on orbs which are washing up on beaches in Britain
Holidaymakers searching for seashells have been left baffled by clusters of 'alien' orbs that have washed up on Britain's beaches. Hundreds of the strange spheres have been spotted by families enjoying strolls along the shorelines of Devon and Cornwall. Concerned parents are keeping their children away from the orbs, fearing they could be poisonous.
Dog walker Jess Arnieson, 27, who is on holiday with her family in Penzance from Newbury, Berkshire, said: 'No-one knows what they are but everyone is worried. The mother-of-one was taking two-year-old Labrador, Rupert, along the beach when she stumbled across the spheres. She said: 'There were hundreds of them stretching away as far as you could see along the shoreline - it was quite incredible. 'The ones I saw were a bit smaller than a football but it's possible there were some that were bigger...I didn't want to go any farther along the beach.'