Someone Threw A Whole Teddy Bear Into The Klang River And It Looks Like It Gave Up On Life

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Cover image via The Ocean Cleanup/Facebook

25-year-old Boyan Slat has done an incredible job creating an invention that is currently cleaning up our polluted Klang River

Among some of the items that have been collected by the Interceptor so far are helmets, handbags, bottles, and plastic bags.

However, during a recent presentation of the invention, an unexpected, cute, and cuddly item sneakily made its way onto the boat...

... A stuffed teddy bear.

Amused by the surprise guest, Boyan clarified that the teddy bear was not intentionally put there for the video.

"If this bear is yours, do feel free to reach out to us," the video's caption read.

Boyan continued to explain how The Interceptor works. But couldn't take himself seriously while the bear lay on the conveyor belt looking defeated from life.

"It's ridiculous," he said, while laughing in the video, which has since been shared 1,200 times on Facebook.

"So come on board, the debris is guided by the 'bearier' into the conveyor belt [while] the conveyor belt takes it up the Interceptor..." he went on.

Since then, several people have jokingly requested for items they "need"

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Image via Facebook

Tickled, others related it to a 'Toy Story' moment of someone losing their teddy.

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You can watch the video below:

The Interceptor 002 | That's a Teddy bear

That moment when you have to give a serious presentation and you are interrupted by a teddy bear. If this bear is yours, do feel free to reach out to us.

Posted by The Ocean Cleanup on Thursday, November 7, 2019

Jokes aside though, please stop littering. Teddies need love too. :(

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