Army bomb disposal experts were called to a cemetery in Salford after a ‘live and viable’ Second World War grenade was found on playing fields.
The explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) team from the Royal Logistics Corps blew up the grenade in a controlled explosion at Weaste Cemetery.
A member of the public found the device and called 999.
Salford Council confirmed that the grenade was part of a small pile of waste and rubbish fly-tipped at the scene.
Source: ITV News