Two Russian teens in the city of Oryol turned their apartment into a swimming pool when the temperature increased to 89F.
Pictures of the Russian teenagers enjoying a dip in their homemade pool have gone viral after being posted on social media websites
Pictures of the teenagers enjoying a dip in their homemade pool have gone viral after being posted on social media websites.
They depict the polyethylene film and tape used to seal off the walls from permanent water damage while they enjoyed a dip inside their indoor pool.
A giant saltwater swimming pool, known as China’s “Dead Sea” is located in Daying county, Sichuan province, and is a riot of color as the masses grab their rubber rings and descend upon it.
The indoor water park is said to be the largest in China and covers 30,000 square meters.
China’s “Dead Sea” is located in Daying county, Sichuan province, and is a riot of color as the masses grab their rubber rings and descend upon it
The pool can accommodate up to 10,000 visitors at once and over a million people have visited the resort this summer, claim the operators.
The man-made “sea” was created using rich salt resources in the region and contains 43 different minerals and microelements.
Due to its salinity of over 22%, swimmers float freely on the surface – much as they do in the Dead Sea in the Middle East.
The resort also offers a Spa centre, a golf course and even on-site cheerleaders.
Located in Brussels in Belgium, Nemo 33, the world’s deepest swimming pool, contains a whopping 660,500 gallons (2.5 million litres) of non-chlorinated, highly filtered spring water that is kept at a temperature of 30C (86F).
Swimmers wanting to fetch something off the bottom of this pool will certainly need more than a lungful of air – seeing as it’s a staggering 113 feet (34.5 metres) deep.
It takes the phrase “being thrown in at the deep end” to a whole new level.
Located in Brussels in Belgium, Nemo 33, the world's deepest swimming pool, contains a whopping 660,500 gallons
The pool consists of a submerged structure with flat platforms at various depths and has two large flat-bottomed areas at depth levels of 16feet (5 metres) and 33 feet (10 metres), and a large circular pit that has a depth of 108 feet (33 metres).
It also holds several underwater caves at 10 metres deep.
The venue, with its simulated underwater caves, varying depths and constant toasty temperatures, is the perfect place for both novice and more experienced divers.
And for those divers and instructors that need more time at the bottom, there are three pressurized rooms at -30 (-10 metres) and -23 metres (-7 metres) with constantly renewed air.
Nemo 33 was designed by Belgian diving expert John Beernaerts as a multi-purpose diving instruction, recreational and film production facility.
Meanwhile, for those that don’t want to take a dip, there are fourteen underwater windows that allow outside visitors to view all the underwater action.
Rodney King, the figure at the centre of the Los Angeles riots in 1991, has been found dead in a swimming pool, according to police reports.
Rodney King’s fiancée found his body at the bottom of the swimming pool, but there was no sign of foul play. He was 47.
He was a victim of police brutality in 1991, but the officers involved were acquitted the following year.
The verdict triggered clashes between black youths and police which left more than 50 dead and thousands injured.
The beating was filmed by a bystander and part of the film was shown by media outlets across the world, causing public outrage.
A later trial resulted in two of the four officers being jailed.
Rodney King, the figure at the centre of the Los Angeles riots in 1991, has been found dead in a swimming pool
Rodney King suffered brain damage during the beating. He sued the City of Los Angeles and won $3.8 million compensation.
Rialto Police Captain Randy Deanda said on Sunday King was found “unresponsive” at the bottom of his pool and was pronounced dead at 06:11 a.m.