An Indonesian village has been inundated by scarlet water once flooding hit an area batik manufactory.
The crimson dye was free through the road of Jenggot in central Java on Sabbatum.
The area, south of town of Pekalongan, is famous for its ancient wax and dye batik textiles.
Thousands of social media users shared pictures of the colored water laundry through the village. an area relief official confirmed they were real.
“The red flood is because of the batik dye, that has been hit by the flood,” Dimas Arga Yudha told Reuters agency. “It can disappear once it mixes with rain once a minute.