Britain’s Royal Navy detonated a WWII bomb at sea on Sunday after it was inadvertently dredged up by a fishing vessel the day before.

Bomb disposal experts detonated the 2000lb (907 kgs) sea mine on Sunday morning near the Needles, the westernmost point on the Isle of Wight, an island off the coast of Dorset, in south-west England.

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