Six-year-old boy finds WWII bomb during magnet fishing

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A six-year-old boy found an unexploded World War II bomb when he along with his father was hunting for metal submerged in the River Mole from a bridge in Dorking, England.

According to the details, the boy Finley and his father Ben Austin were magnet fishing in the river when their magnet attached to a metal object in the water.

They were expecting few coins, old spanners or metal artifacts but when they pulled the fishing line they amazed to see a bomb attacked with the powerful magnetic.