Even potholes are tweeting now

Inanimate objects can't get enough of digital media

Panama City has a pothole problem, so one television station in the city commissioned some special sensors to tweet complaints at the Department Of Public Works every time anyone drives over one.

It seems to have gone down pretty well, with over 3,000 people now following a pothole. Still not quite on a par with the 107,000 people following some sheds or the 486,000 people following a clock though.

Life, eh?

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