Aliens: they've invaded our beaches'

Today clean water campaigners Surfers Against Sewage (SAS) are launching a new campaign after witnessing UFOs invading UK beaches. SAS’s UFOs campaign of course refers to Unidentified Floating Objects!

The new campaign calls on the public to help identify persistent marine litter and allows them to upload their own UFOs, in the hope that SAS can trace the polluters and change their damaging industrial practices.

SAS have captured 2 types of mysterious UFO and are calling on the public’s expertise to help identify what they are used for, by whom and where. Armed with this information SAS will be able to trace the polluter and work with them to prevent these UFO invading our beaches in future.

SAS are also calling on beach users all over the UK to be vigilant when on their local beaches. If you witness a UFO on your beach, and if it’s safe to do so, capture it and send it to SAS’s Area 51 gallery by post or send an image and we’ll upload it. From here we can call on experts all over the world to aid us with identifying these UFO.

SAS Campaign Director Andy Cummins says: “These Unidentified Floating Objects, or UFOs as we know them, are invading our beaches all over the UK. You can be an active and important part of this campaign. With your knowledge and expertise we can trace the UFOs origins and bring a stop to these alien invaders by tackling the polluting companies.”

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