The most powerful typhoon in the last 30 years has hit China, which flooded the cities, destroyed buildings and caused numerous landslides. In Fuzhou, the weather caused a cliff of the “Moon” – a giant ball that rode freely through city streets, rolling through pedestrians and cars, according to Popular Mechanics. The ball is part of the festive decorations for the Mid-Autumn Festival, an evening admiring the full moon. However, a strong wind tore off the jewelry and sent it on a free trip around the city. Since its weight is small enough, no serious damage was caused to residents of the city and property.