Mystery revealed: Giant “Iron Ball” UFO found on a Japanese beach leaves locals perplexed

A giant “iron ball” discovered on a beach in Japan has locals and officials baffled, as the origins of the mysterious object remain unknown.

The sphere, about 4.9 feet in diameter, was found by a jogger on Enshuhama Beach in the coastal city of Hamamatsu and reported to police, state broadcaster NHK reported Tuesday.Local police and a bomb squad investigated the discovery and confirmed using X-rays that the sphere appears hollow.

But news of the strange object has since circulated online, leading to a flurry of speculation that the metal ball could be a “Godzilla egg” or a “dragon ball” from the popular manga Japanese “Dragon Ball”.Others online have suggested that the unidentified object may have come from outer space.

X-rays revealed that the object appeared to be hollow and officials determined there was no danger to the public, state broadcaster NHK reported. (twitter/@XMiS10C4M6QthSG via Reuters)Masaki Matsukawa, head of the coastal maintenance division of the Hamamatsu Civil Engineering Office of Shizuoka Prefecture,

“We have not been able to determine what type of debris it is, but it has been confirmed that it is safe, so we will remove it in the same way as normal floating debris,” the official said.

The object was expected to be removed from the beach on Wednesday

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