Anniversary of the infamous Whitechapel fatberg

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Anniversary of the infamous Whitechapel fatberg

A year ago today a fatberg weighing 130 tonnes was discovered in the sewers of East London.

It took Thames Water 13 weeks to tackle the beast - making lots of headlines along the way. A piece of it also went on display at the Museum of London.

Those behind it today revealed a special man hole cover to mark the occassion.

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