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WWII Bombs Washed Up On Essex Beach At Westcliff-On-Sea

07/01/2014 13:33 GMT | Updated 23/01/2014 15:53 GMT
Thames Coastguard

The storms lashing Britain's coast have proved to be dangerous in a most unexpected way.

Around nine unexploded World War II bombs have been washed up on a Westcliff-on-Sea beach in Essex, reports the BBC.

Bomb disposal experts from the Royal Navy carried out controlled explosions around 09:45 Tuesday morning.

They were spotted on Sunday morning by a man walking on the beach.

It comes just a day after a beach was closed in Kingsway, Selsey, after two shells were spotted.