Imagine being in a bathtub that's filled solely with fluffy, soapy bubbles. Now increase the size of the tub by about 1000% and maybe you have an idea of what went down in Maroochydore, Australia earlier today when sea foam covered the town. Watch the video below. 

The sea foam, which reached a height of nine feet in some parts, was created when cyclone Oswald mixed with organic matter in the water. It then got washed ashore. It actually looks pretty fun- what do you think?