We descended 60 metres below ground to see the vast new sewer system that will to transport Londoners' bowel movements for decades to come.
As a new Channel 4 show explores the mysteries of the fatberg, we went along to look at (and smell one) for ourselves.
Condoms, tampons, and wet wipes belong in the trash can, people.
It's the club for people who like exploring storm drains. Now, for the first time, a founding member has cracked open their photo archive.
Thank you Victoria, BC for giving us a super timely 'Snakes on a Plane' reference.
In efforts to put brands into everything, an edgy and illegal exploration becomes just another extreme sport.
In the words of its inventor, the product is a potent combination of "butt crack, kind of a sewer smell, with a hint of dead animal."
Sewers return with a video from 'Weight', their new excellent album of sleaze 'n' grease.
Shocking to absolutely no one, the men didn't find anything.
I journeyed into the bowels of the city and found swamps of oil, "fatbergs," and millions of bugs.
Urban explorer Substormflow takes you "draining" inside the city's brick and concrete tunnels.