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An unexploded two-ton WWII bomb has forced 45,000 German residents to evacuate their town.
The 3m 'blockbuster' bomb was exposed on the banks of the Rhine River at Koblenz after water levels dropped sharply following one of the area's driest Novembers on record.
After 60 years in water it's likely to be a little dicey.. A team of 100 "volunteers" will be helping out.. Let's hope all goes well for them. I wish them the best of luck in disarming this beast. news.ninemsn.com.au (visit the link for the full news article)
The bomb is capable of destroying an entire city block.
Originally posted by yourboycal2
reply to post by Trustme333
"A team of 100 "volunteers" will be helping out.. "
What a dangerous attempt at defusing such a bomb. I get the bomb out , out to the middle of the ocean lift by helicopter drop it ,and have near by war ships target practice who can hit it mid air . If they miss then restart
ROFL WAHAHAHCHORTLEVWOOHOOORAHAAHAHAHAAA YOU GOTTA BE FEKN KIIDN, ONE HUNDRED VOLUNTERS. Hmm is it red wire or black wire, hmm, KAA BOOOM, sound of explosion tramsmission ends.
Gosh where did the 100 volunteers go.
No bloody wonder Britain and America won the war.