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LONDON, ENGLAND - MAY 25: Sewer worker Harry Calder helps lower a visitor into the Northern Outfall Sewer at Wick Lane depot on May 25, 2016 in London, England. The sewer was designed by British engineer Joseph Bazalgette following the 'Great Stink' of 1858 and is today worked on by sewer technicians known as 'Flushers'. Thames Water marks Sewage Week this week with a series of events inviting members of the public down into the underground sewer network and around the Abbey Mills pumping station in east London. (Photo by Jack Taylor/Getty Images)

A man who has self-titled himself a “Poologist” makes upwards from $2000 a day diving into pools of human waste!

The main role of these deep dives in pools of poo is to unclog blockages.  It’s essentially pitch black once submerged in the human waste tanks. Once the diver reaches the area where the suspected blockage could be they have to feel around with their hands to check for the blockage.

After the job is done a very rigorous cleaning process is done to the diver before they can remove the dive suit.  So keep the poologist in mind next time you think about flushing those baby wipes.

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