A warning has been issued by Wessex Water
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Wessex Water has extracted 400 metres of sewer that was "solid" with wet wipes.
The water supply company stated that the drain-dwelling leviathan was from only a "handful of properties" flushing the wipes down their toilets in Highbridge, near Bridgwater.
Picture of the scene show a masses of wet wipes, now stained brown, congealed to form a singular sludgy mass that has been plopped next to the blocked drain.
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A spokesperson for Wessex Water said: "Fortunately, 80 per cent of people remember to bin them as they don’t break down when they are flushed and can block your pipes.
"It only takes a small number of houses to create a bigger problem as shown here. It’s why we agree that wipes should be wiped out!"
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