Florida man finds grenade while fishing, brings it to Taco Bell

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A fisherman prompted the evacuation of a Florida Taco Bell when he put his catch of the day in the trunk of his auto and drove to the fast-food restaurant, police said. The Taco Bell closed for about an hour.

The restaurant was evacuated and the Marion County Sheriff's Office bomb squad was dispatched to remove the grenade.

A Florida Taco Bell had to be evacuated after a customer found a hand grenade while fishing and took it to the fast food restaurant. A fisherman from Florida, however, has made a rather unusual catch and a hand grenade from the Second world war on the Magnet had the hook.

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The device was determined to be "an authentic WWII hand grenade" and the establishment was reopened, the department said in a followup tweet.

The bomb squad removed the grenade safely to dispose of it properly.

Magnet fishing - which the couple was doing when the device was discovered - "is known as a treasure hunting hobby that also cleans up the environment", the Orlando Sentinel reports.

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