Did Bomb squad successfully disarms artillery shell stuck in man’s rectum is fake

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The SFPD bomb squad was immediately called on the site to disarm the massive ammunition, weighing almost 95 pounds and measuring more than 31 inches long.

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The SFPD bomb squad was immediately called on the site to disarm the massive ammunition, weighing almost 95 pounds and measuring more than 31 inches long.

A large portion of the hospital had to be evacuated in case the projectile exploded.

According to San Francisco Police Department spokesperson, Lt. Linda Hall, the shell could have destroyed most of the building if it had exploded.

This was a very delicate situation involving powerful military explosives. If it had blown up, there would have been hundreds of victims.

“The fact that the shell was stuck inside a patient made disarming it very complicated. Fortunately, these guys are the best in the world and they were able to accomplish a miracle.”

The patient’s name hasn’t been made public, but the San Francisco Police Department has confirmed that it had opened an investigation to determine how the man had acquired the artillery shell.

Viral Message Verification –   Recently, the fake news web site World News Daily Report posted a story reporting that The SFPD bomb squad was immediately called on the site to disarm the massive ammunition, weighing almost 95 pounds and measuring more than 31 inches long.

As claimed in the disclaimer section of the site World News Daily Report assumes all responsibility for the satirical nature of its articles and for the fictional nature of their content. All characters appearing in the articles in this website – even those based on real people – are entirely fictional and any resemblance between them and any person, living, dead or undead, is purely a miracle.

 

The fact check on the news is that it is a old news, one year back Explosion Scare at S.F. General Hospital Was Firecracker, Says SFPD, this is just another version of the viral spam and yet nothing is true.

Overall, information found on World News Daily Report shouldn’t be taken seriously.



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