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Hellllllllll to the naw! If you’re from Baltimore, then you know not to swim in the Inner Harbor. Hell, if we’re being honest, I don’t even go close to the edge. What happens if you’re not from Baltimore, does the Inner Harbor look like the place you want to dive into? Again, no.

The Director of Waterfront Partnership’s Healthy Harbor Initiative, Adam Lindquist, saw the video that was uploaded to Youtube and told The Sun that he was surprised at how many people that jumped into the water. EVen though there are no signs restricting anyone from taking a swim, he still wouldn’t suggest it.

“I would not recommend doing that. Our biggest pollution problem in the Baltimore Harbor is the raw sewage that’s overflowing or leaking from the city’s system,” Lindquist tells The Sun.

The people who jumped into The Inner Harbor are from Chicago. So Chi-town if you have some residents that start growing extra body parts, you’ll know why.

 

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