Bomb as an boat anchor.

A man from Logmozero, Karelia (North-West Russia), has used a 25 kg (57 lbs) aviation bomb from World War II as an anchor for his boat. His neighbours have contacted the police because they were scared of the possibility of being blown up accidentally. Police had to evacuate people from four houses situated nearby. The source from the Rescue Service, said that the bomb posed a real threat for people living in that village.  If it explodes, the splinters can fly for over 500 metres (1600 ft.) from the epicenter. After the inspection, experts said that the bomb was in a working state and could be triggered by sudden actions. Instead of the detonator, there was a metal hook hammered in the bomb by the owner. He tied an anchor chain to this hook.

6 thoughts on “Bomb as an boat anchor.”

  1. Love your blog.

    Was impatient waiting for more cool stories about Russia, so i decided to check out the Archives (all the way to the beginning), and was rewarded. (July 9th 2007)

    Your country Russia is so Cool especially the hot girls. Keeps me coming back. Love your blog dude. Hope everything’s all right and you’ll have more posts in the future.


  2. Your Blog has such a variety of Kool things to see. Its great to see so much of a country that’s still a work in progress. I especially enjoyed seeing the White Tiger caught in the security camera- what a natural treasure. I guess I’m such a fan because your right,”… something cool really does happen on 1/6 of the planet every day.



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