“If you ever come across anything suspicious like this item, please do not pick it up, contact your local law enforcement agency for assistance”.
A resident together with his own dog is walking on the beach. Suddenly, the dog (Gus, 4 years old), a french bulldog, starts digging in a specific site of the beach. Out of curiosity, the owner tries to get closer to his friend but he keeps pushing him away. The dog continues to dig in, moving the sands among rocks and water and finally he reveals an unexploded granade dated back to the second wolrd war. S.J.A.L.
Small four-year-old Gus unearthed the ordnance at Studland and then tried to prevent his owner Gary Wells from going anywhere near it. Mr Wells contacted the emergency services who rushed to the scene on Tuesday afternoon and set up a cordon on the coast. The Army’s bomb disposal unit then arrived and checked the device was safe before removing it from the area.
Un residente in compagnia del proprio cane passeggia in spiaggia. Il Cane, (Gus 4 anni), un bulldog francese, ad un tratto in un punto della spiaggia inizia a sterrare con forza. Il padrone in preda alla curiosità si avvicina al suo amico a quattro zampe, ma il bulldog con “decisione” allontana il suo padrone. Il cane continua a scavare, smuove sabbia, ciottoli, sassi ed acqua, infine mette in luce una granata inesplosa risalente alla seconda guerra mondiale.
If you find anything that appears to be an explosive device, do not touch it, leave it where it is and call the police. We will contact the appropriate agencies to properly dispose of the item.
Biography of a Bomb