France: Man drives to police with WWII shells in back of his car

Authorities in Normandy have appealed for residents to exercise extreme caution – and some common sense – if they come across World War Two explosives, after a man drove to his local police station with two shells on the back seat of his car.

The man, from Saint-Quentin-sur-le-Homme (Manche), discovered the shells while doing agricultural work, according to Ouest France.

Rather than calling the police, he placed them in his car and drove them to the station in nearby Ducey-Les Chéris himself on Wednesday (November 2).

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Source: The Connexion