It's expected that news reporters covering storms get drenched. But Washington D.C. WTTG-TV reporter Tucker Barnes got an unfortunate taste of what happens when there's a lot of a precipitation all at once while in Ocean City, Maryland: He got covered in a mysterious sea foam that is "most likely the effects of raw sewage pouring into the water during the storm."

Barnes said, "It doesn't taste great" and added it had a sandy consistency. Plus, "It doesn't smell great." MyFoxNY reports, "The foam is often a toxic mix of pollution and cyanobacteria. 60 mph wind gust sprayed the toxic mix across the reporter and the boardwalk and coated buildings."