Island left without water following Ice Bucket Challenge craze

An island off the coast of Scotland was left without water – because so many people took on the Ice Bucket Challenge.

Demand for water escalated on Colonsay when the charity craze took off on the Inner Hebridean island, which has a population of around 135.

The water system stops automatically as part of moves to cut wastage on the eight mile-long isle and needs to be turned back on afterwards.

David Johnston, from the Colonsay Brewery told The Sun that water engineers had to come out five times over the weekend.


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