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Unexploded bomb found in kitchen cupboard

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A man showing his family around his new home in Gwynedd found an unexploded bomb in his kitchen cupboard.

Henry Southall, 24, and his parents were exploring the seaside property at Porthmadog when they discovered the device from World War II.

He says an Army bomb disposal team told him it contained 16lbs of explosives.

http://www.bbc.co.uk...-wales-22304041

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I thought they're going to have it for dinner ?

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Wow, that little get together could of been a real blast. ExplodingBomb.gif

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That would have scared the crap outta me. [shakes head]

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Imagine that.. I would've kept it. :innocent:

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it'll make an interesting chiffon cake

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....handy door-stop......

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Do the Welsh not inspect properties before they purchase same?

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Pedantry alert....

The photo above is an empty 18lb artillery shell! (Taff probably thought it was a jelly mould!)

Edited by ealdwita

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Now that's what I call a bomb gateau. :gun:

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-insert funny joke here-

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