A Giant Christmas Ornament Caused Fear In London As It Was Thought To Be A World War II bomb

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The British Police posted on Twitter the photo of a dark coloured spherical object that caused fears of being mistaken for a possible explosive.

The Police of the Tower Hamlets municipality, of London, received this Wednesday reports about a possible “device not detonated” that appeared on the banks of the River Thames, in areas of the Wapping district.

After arriving at the site and inspecting it, the agents got a surprise, upon discovering that the object in question, spherical and dark in colour, was in fact “a gigantic Christmas ornament”.

The image of the Christmas ball was published by the authorities on Twitter.

The fact is that the finding came less than a week after a non-detonated World War II bomb was found in Kingston upon Thames, an area of ​​southwest London. The disappearance then caused the evacuation of nearby buildings, after which the specialists carried out a controlled explosion, reported the British press.

A Giant Christmas Ornament Caused Fear In London As It Was Thought To Be A World War II bomb

 

Source: ActualidadRT