Woman who found unexploded WWII bomb in her Plymouth garden sparking mass ... trends now

Woman who found unexploded WWII bomb in her Plymouth garden sparking mass ... trends now
Woman who found unexploded WWII bomb in her Plymouth garden sparking mass ... trends now

Woman who found unexploded WWII bomb in her Plymouth garden sparking mass ... trends now

Natalie Jary discovered the 500kg device in the midst of a garden extension Thousands were evacuated following discovery on St Michael's Avenue, Keyham 

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The woman whose garden sparked panic after being found to contain an unexploded World War II bomb has apologised for the 'absolute nightmare' unleashed by the incident.

Natalie Jary said 'sorry' to residents of Keyham for the ordeal on Friday afternoon, which saw brave Armed Forces bomb disposal specialists safely remove the 500kg device and detonate it at sea.

Speaking on Sky News, Ms Jary said the bomb was the 'last thing' she thought would be unearthed during her house extension.

She said: 'I want to say thank you to the street and thank you to police and council.

'I wanted to say sorry to Keyham.'

Natalie Jary (pictured) apologised to residents of Keyham for the 'absolute nightmare' unleashed after a World War II bomb was discovered in her back garden

Natalie Jary (pictured) apologised to residents of Keyham for the 'absolute nightmare' unleashed after a World War II bomb was discovered in her back garden

The WW2 German bomb found which was found in the Ms Jary's garden in Plymouth, Devon

The WW2 German bomb found which was found in the Ms Jary's garden in Plymouth, Devon

The huge wartime device was found by Natalie's father Ian while he was digging an extension to her home

The huge wartime device was found by Natalie's father Ian while he was digging an extension to her home 

The 500kg explosive was safely removed by specialist disposal experts and detonated at sea

The 500kg explosive was safely removed by specialist disposal experts and detonated at sea

A large open-backed military truck containing heavy bags, believed to be packed with sand, is seen near the scene of St Michael Avenue in Plymouth as the bomb is removed

A large open-backed military truck containing heavy bags, believed to be packed with sand, is seen near the scene of St Michael Avenue in Plymouth as the bomb is removed

The route taken by the huge bomb to the Torpoint Ferry pier, from where it was taken to Plymouth Breakwater and detonated in the water

The route taken by the huge bomb to the Torpoint Ferry pier, from where it was taken to Plymouth Breakwater

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