"There has been something fishy in 30 years."
"Gustaf has sladdat up on the beaches time and time again."
"But look at the cat – now is the mystery solved."
"In more than thirty years, the cat Gustaf contaminated the shoreline in Brittany, along France's väskust. Or in all cases, the phones that represent the lazy cartoon character."
"It has been all phones or sometimes just parts of them, paws, heads, lurking."
"No one has known where the debris will, but when Franceinfo took up the mystery got the story spin."
"A local farmer went to the memory where he found his very first Gustaf phone as a small boy. It led städpatrullerna right in kattjakten."
"In a sea cave, which is only accessible at low tide a few days of the year, low in solving the mystery keyed."
"– We found a 30-meter deep crack and the bottom of the bottom were the remains of a container. In the rocks at the mouth we found 23 complete phones. They were everywhere, " says strandstädaren Claire Simonin to Franceinfo, according to SVT."
"Every year is shipped 148 million containers across the world's oceans, according to the New York Times. About 1 in 500 is lost each year due to rough seas, groundings or kapsejsningar."