Coastguards in Selsey have been called to deal with another unexploded wartime bomb.
Crews got the shout to Medmerry Beach on Monday lunchtime after reports of ordnance being found.
Bomb disposal experts also attended the scene, however the ordnance was being covered by the tide on arrival and with approximately 55 minutes until high tide the team were stood down to return to station and back to work.
They returned to the scene around 3pm along with the coastguards from Hayling Island.
The beach was closed and a cordon was put in place, the ordnance was located and E.O.D carried out an assessment of the ordnance before carefully digging it out of the shingle and clay.