A woman who said she had a memory foam foam slipper stuck to her feet after a whale sperm attack has told The Lad the foam was a product of “wonderful memories”.
“It was just a memory of the last couple of days, the last few weeks,” she said.
“When I was at the beach, I remember I was thinking, ‘I wonder how many days are left’,” Ms Tinsley said.
“I was just looking forward to it, I just wanted it to be over, but then the next day, I was just thinking, I wonder how much longer will I have it.”
Ms Tinsly said the foam hit her feet and she could not feel any of the foam.
“The first thing that came to mind was ‘Oh, my God’,” she said, adding that it was also painful.
“It hurt, and it was just kind of scary, it was like a bubble.”
Ms Daley said she was unsure whether the foam would stick to her foot or if she would need to get an orthodontist.
“My guess would be no, it wouldn’t stick,” she told the ABC.
“You know it could just pop off the inside of your foot, but it’s not a huge problem.”
Ms Mckenzie said the experience had left her with a feeling of helplessness.
“When I saw the foam, I couldn’t even think about it,” she explained.
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I think it’s just a waste of money.”
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