World War II bomb dug up by pigs





A World War II shell which was dug up by a herd of pigs in Wiltshire has been detonated by experts from the Explosives Ordnance Disposal Regiment.

The pigs made the discovery at West End Farm, near Bishops Cannings late on Thursday afternoon.

Farm worker John Russ noticed the tail fin of the device, which was about 1ft long, sticking out of the ground.




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