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Miami Airport: Green Substance Pouring From Ceiling, Who You Gonna Call?


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Is it slime or radio active ooze?

Do we call the Ghostbusters or the Ninja Turtles?

Hey, at this point with all we’ve seen, nothing is off the table.

Over at the Miami International Airport, there was bright green liquid pouring down from the ceiling.

While many were rushing to their 4th of July gatherings, some felt like it was Halloweentime.

Some suggested that it was antifreeze.

But antifreeze goes in cars not ceiling vents, so that doesn’t make any sense.

Just kidding.

It turns out that answer was pretty close.

New York Post reports:

Travelers going through the Miami International Airport on the Fourth of July were treated to a nasty surprise when a strange lime green fluid began leaking through the ceiling and flooding a hallway.

Airport officials said the leak, which was not hazardous, came from a pipe in the facility’s Concourse G at around 9 a.m. Thursday.

Images shared by MIA staff showed the hallway covered in the fluorescent liquid, with custodians closing off the area and working to clean up the mess.

Reports are coming in stating that this was a leak from the air conditioning system.

Turns out the water is dyed so that the leak can easily be traced.

And he’s me wishing that Ghostbusters was real.

I suddenly want some marshmallows.

BONUS:

Here’s a fun little story we missed from back in March.

Another odd happening at the Miami airport.

A plane backs up into another one.

Not sure why people are still flying?

I’d rather face a ghost that could slime me than fly these days.

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