Braces, sex pills, fake eyeball among bizarre beach trash

This Feb. 6, 2022 photo shows a discarded snack bag on the sand in Sandy Hook, N.J. The Clean Ocean Action environmental group has said more than 10,000 volunteers picked up over 513,000 pieces of trash from New Jersey's beaches last year, setting a new record. Plastic items accounted for over 82% of the total. (Wayne Parry/AP)

This Feb. 6, 2022 photo shows a discarded snack bag on the sand in Sandy Hook, N.J. The Clean Ocean Action environmental group has said more than 10,000 volunteers picked up over 513,000 pieces of trash from New Jersey's beaches last year, setting a new record. Plastic items accounted for over 82% of the total. (Wayne Parry/AP)

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