Toronto residents discover huge sinkhole with glowing green slime

If you had “radioactive-looking slime bubbling up from the sewers” on your 2020 bingo card, cross it off. Photos of a sinkhole on a street in Toronto have been making the rounds on Twitter, because it looks like the hole is filled with a neon-green sludge. The green slime inspired bystanders and Twitter users to make references to Flubber, Ghostbusters and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. In reality, this happens all the time — and not just in Toronto. According to Toronto Water, the sinkhole was filled with green non-toxic dye in order to determine whether the water was connected to the underlying sewer. Not as exciting an answer people on Twitter thought it was going to be. “Anyone who wants to be a Ninja Turtle now is your time,” one user wrote. Humans have been contributing to the uptick in sinkholes arguably since the beginning of irrigation