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Museum of Ice Cream hit with Fine Over Sprinkles
The sprinkle ball pit at Miami’s new Museum of Ice Cream outpost may look like innocent, Instagrammable fun, but the city of Miami Beach sees it as something more sinister. The city is taking action against the museum’s little plastic (not edible) sprinkles, according to the Miami New Times, due to their propensity to wash into oceans and waterways.

It all started when a local environmentalist pulled out a phone at 3400 Collins Avenue and filmed a streetful of sprinkles that apparently fell off museumgoers' clothing. "There are little plastic sprinkles all over the place," he said.

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