Bomb Scare For Pink Floyd's David Gilmour (Top 12 of May 2012)

(Classic Rock) Bomb Scare For Pink Floyd's David Gilmour was a top 12 rock story of May 2012: Pink Floyd guitarist David Gilmour and his wife were forced to flee their home after an unexploded World War II incendiary device was unearthed nearby.

Their six-storey mansion in East Sussex is midway through extensive renovations, during which builders discovered a 150cm pipe-shaped device which caused alarm.

The area was evacuated and a Navy bomb disposal team were called in. They identified the German weapon and removed it safely. No one was injured.

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