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A recent report from both the CSIRO and Australian Bureau Of Statistics has found that the top of the Zooper Dooper is probably just going to be left in the sink until either your mum scoops it out or it gets washed down the drain.
The study found that roughly 30% of all plastic found polluting the ocean waters off Australia’s eastern seaboard come from the top part of the summer ice block.
Local stay-at-home-son, Tim (26) says that it’s only a little bit of plastic, and it’s not like it’s going to clog the pipes or anything.
“It’s not that bad” he says, ignoring the fact that it is probably of a sufficient size to choke most forms of sealife.
“It’s just… I’ve already starting eating it. And I don’t wanna have to open the bin. My hands will get dirty”
“Just relax. It’s not a big deal”