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Posted On July 8, 2021
TechCrunch has posted a photo of an actual 20-foot swimming pool for kids in Florida, but it doesn’t actually exist.
In fact, there is a 20-ft pool in Miami, but that’s not what you see in the photo.
TechCrunch reader David said he saw the photo on Reddit and suggested that he make a thread about the real 20-year-old pool, which is in Miami’s Little Havana neighborhood.
There are multiple Instagram accounts of the 20-inch pool, but we couldn’t find any photos or videos of it.
Here’s what you need to know: The real 20ft swimming hole, which was supposed to be the size of a soccer field, has a 30-foot pool, as well as a 20ft-wide pool.
The real pool is located on the west side of the street, on the sidewalk, next to the Miami Aquarium.
We know that the real pool isn’t actually 20 feet deep.
But the Instagram account also shows a real 20 foot pool, with a similar location, with the same caption.
The photo was taken by a photographer who used the name David in an Instagram post, but his account is now private.
The account shows an image of a “real” 20 foot swimming pool.
But David’s photo does not actually exist, and it has been taken by someone who claims to have taken it.
“I am a legit photographer and have had this pool in my hands for almost a year,” David told TechCrunch.
“We’re supposed to have a real pool and then there’s this picture of a real swimming pool in the street.
But there’s no pool in there.
I took it and it’s fake.
We should not have that.”
David, who lives in Miami and has been documenting the pool since 2014, said he has received hundreds of calls from people calling to report the fake pool.
“It isnt real,” David said.
“Its a fake photo.
I amnt going to lie.
Its a little disturbing to me.”
Here’s the photo of the real swimming hole in Miami Beach, which also doesn’t exist.
TechScout contacted Miami-Dade County Public Health for comment.
The Miami Beach Health Department told TechScour that it was unaware of any swimming pool that is located in the city’s west side.
The public health department said the department is investigating the photo’s authenticity and has not yet determined if it was a hoax or a real thing.
It also said that the county does not have an inventory of any public swimming pools.
The Real 20ft Pool in Miami The real swimming holes in Miami have been around since the 1970s, but they’re actually popular with kids.
The original 20-yard pool is in a Miami-area building called the Miami Water Park, and the 20ft one is in the Miami-Mare station on I-95.
The pool is actually located on a residential street in the Little Havana district.
There’s a 20 foot-wide swimming pool inside a small building in the area, but the real one is a 10-foot-wide spot that’s visible from Interstate 95.
There is a real swim-out area at the bottom of the pool, though it’s a very small one, according to TechScouts report.
The 20ft and 10-ft pools are the only ones that are currently available in Miami.
The 10-inch swim-in area is located near the South Beach entrance to the I-10 Bridge.
There were other 10-in-1 pools in Miami at the time, but those are closed and no longer available for use, according the Miami Herald.
Here are the two pools at the top of the I.95 bridge: Miami Beach Pool, 10ft and 20ft The 10ft pool has a small pool inside, but no water is allowed inside.
The bottom of this pool is a metal plate with the word “20” on it, which the pool is supposed to look like, according a Miami Beach Park spokeswoman.
The 15-foot area is an open area that is actually the water’s surface, according an online description.
There isn’t a 20 in the pool’s name.
The image of the 10-tent pole swimming pool shows an orange, water-covered, orange tent.
The photos show a large, orange and white sign with “MV Pool” in red.
A 10-ticket sign has the word, “Free, free, free.”
The image on the 20 and 10 pool signs says, “A 20-ticket-only area.”
Here is a photo from TechScOUT of the Miami Beach Swim Out Area.
We were unable to locate any photo or video of the actual 20 and 20-tents.