A Local Resident of Old Bridge Township Found 500 LBS of Pasta on His Way Home

That’s a Lot of Pasta!

If you are someone who considers pasta to be your comfort food and is always stocked up on all kinds of pasta, this incident might give you a fair glance into your future or might simply make you never want to look at your favorite food again. In a small town in New Jersey, someone found 500 lbs of pasta scattered across the forest, just like that! Do we have you hooked? Well, let’s find out what exactly happened.

The Discovery of Enormous Amounts of Pasta

Well, imagine you are walking home and on your way, all you see is starchy penne for as far as you can look. Something like that happened with a local in Old Bridge Township. As soon as his eyes caught the scene, he informed community leader Nina Jochnowitz.

Nina Jochnowitz’s Thoughts

Nina Jochnowitz’s Thoughts

When Jochnowitz arrived at the scene, she immediately clicked a couple of pictures and took them to the internet. In her post, she stated how it is not surprising to see the dumping of construction and other garbage in all of the neighborhoods, as some people ignore the area. To this, she also added how the only thing that makes it different is that the garbage is actually pasta. She even explained to the public how it might not appear to be a huge deal now but it can be extremely dangerous to the water steam. The pH level of the starchy food might affect the steam that supplies water to the entire town.

Who Was the Owner of All This Food?

When Himanshu Shah, a business administrator for the town, reached the site with his team, they found around 15-wheelbarrow loads of the dumped pasta. It appeared that the pasta was thrown out raw but it observed moisture from the land and that’s why it looks like it has been cooked. When neighbors were asked about it, they believed that all this pasta came from the house that had a sale sign up after the owner’s passing. One of the neighbors even stated that it might be the son of the deceased and he might just be removing the extra, no-longer-needed food from the house so that he could make a sale.

Madelyn Cline Left Star-Struck After Meeting her Famous Knives Out 2 Costars

Meeting one’s favorite celebs is definitely a moment worth remembering. And it was no different for the Outer Banks’ star, Madelyn Cline. She was utterly awestruck when she met her costars for Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery. She met the cast for the first time at a party that the English actor Daniel Craig threw before they were expected to start the shooting and, like any other person, had a definite freak-out when she met all the famous faces!

Madelyn and Her Freak-Out Moment

According to Cline, it was lovely when her co-star and former James Bond actor, Daniel Craig, invited everyone to his villa for supper. Before the meet-up, she was anxious since she didn’t know them personally, only as characters they’d played. Cline had an inner freakout session and decided to excuse herself to calm herself down in the restroom before coming out and enjoying herself with everybody. The actress has always been a fan of director Rian Johnson and loved the first part of the murder-mystery series. So when the sequel was in the works, she closely followed the casting process.

Cline and Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery

The 24-year-old American actress started her career with TV commercials and has been part of a lot of other shows, like The Originals and Stranger Things. Cline was shocked when she was given a chance to audition for Knives Out 2. Cline said she had stared at the email because she couldn’t believe what she was looking at. And she told herself one thing: don’t mess this up. She obviously didn’t. After her audition, she was on a flight to New York when she received a call from Johnson, and despite dreading that it would be bad news, it actually turned out to be pretty awesome! In this most awaited sequel, Cline will be seen playing the role of Whiskey, who has an influencing type of personality and will be dating Dave Bautista’s character.