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Seoul: A South Korean mayor who dumped a tonne of trash on a clean beach to give environmental campaigners something to pick up has said sorry for his deception.
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VOLUNTEERS collected nearly 1.2 tonnes of trash including 620 cigarette buds on a small stretch of the 18km-long coastline of Port Dickson, Negri Sembilan, within an hour.
A rusting fire extinguisher, a broken motorcycle helmet, a rotting carpet, bra, and denture.
In just over two hours, volunteers cleaning a beach here collected almost 1.2 tonnes of trash, including plastic bottles, carpets, umbrellas, a fire extinguisher, a broken helmet and a tyre.
Nel Ng, Khing Su Li and Chin Mei Ying of Monash University Malaysia initiated a project to clean up the beach in Teluk Kemang, Port Dickson recently.
From DR LAN B.L., Monash University Malaysia, Petaling Jaya
Local dive operators, volunteers and schoolchildren will be joining hands to clean up various parts of Pulau Tioman#8217;s beach and clear the sea of rubbish this weekend.