Waves of frothy sea foam inundated a stretch of Australia's Sunshine Coast today. The foam was created when organic matter in the water was churned up by tropical cyclone Oswald. It then washed ashore in Maroochydore. In some places, the suds reached nine feet high, blanketing beachside roads.
The phenomenon also occurred last June off the coast of Victoria, where a couple of body surfers took advantage of the bubbly mix and spent the day frolicking in the foam.
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