This object is an example of a ‘meteorwrong’. It does not react to a magnet and one side contains small pits known as vesicles. These features are sometimes confused for regmaglypts. The morphology of regmaglypts is very distinct from the bubbles/vesicles found in volcni rocks and in various melt products and slags. Slags are a common by-products from steel industries which can be used for the construction of roads and highways. Slags are thus a common find in urban areas and they are often reported as a ‘meteorite’.