Builders find unexploded WWII bomb on Bethnal Green construction site

An unexploded WWII bomb has been found by builders in Bethnal Green.

Residents and businesses have been evacuated and the police are carrying out an investigation.

The bomb was found on Temple Way in Bethnal Green.

Londoner Alex Georgiou tweeted a picture of the bomb site, take a look

WW2 #bomb found by builders in basement of house in #TempleSt#BethnalGreen#CambridgeHeath- the army are coming!

— alex (@alexjgeorgiou) August 10, 2015



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