This is kind of a bizarre story. KFOX is reporting that a "mountain" of clothes has been found behind an abandoned building in Vinton.

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The story sounds a bit mundane, it's clothes and an abandoned building, big deal, right? Well, trust me, it gets a little weirder! To begin with, the building in question is the former Zebra's Gentlemen's club at 7700 South Desert Boulevard right next to the I-10. I think we've all seen it.

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Now, when KFOX says it's a "mountain" of clothes- they mean it! Seriously, it's a huge MOUNTAIN of clothes! Check it out below!

Now, according to the comments on the post, local residents says that the humongous pile of clothes has been there for months now! KFOX does say that the Sheriff's department says they can't do much about it because it's private property; but the owner is said to be in the process of removing all the clothes.

But this has left so many residents with lots of questions like: where did the clothes come from? Was this all just dumped all at once? Could the clothes possibly belong to some of the dancers from Zebra's? Actually, that pile of clothes looks like it couldn't even fit inside the building!

Some in the comments has some suggestions as to what to do with the clothes like sending it to the homeless or to needy countries; but I think it's too late for that now! You don't know what's in that pile now! Others had jokes like:

when I miss a couple days of laundry!

It looks like this pile of clothes will be difficult to remove in one swift move, and it doesn't look like we'll be getting a quick answer on where all this came from so I'll definitely be on the lookout for an update on this!

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