WWII bomb discovered outside Clooney’s villa

London: An unexploded Second World War bomb has been found outside George Clooney`s Lake Como villa.

The 500lb explosive was discovered 15 yards underwater in the Italian lake in the Lombardy region in the alpine north of the country, reports The Telegraph.

Bomb squad experts soon reached the spot to neutralize the bomb.

Also, Italian police said they also found mines and other raw explosives.

Meanwhile, the entire town of Laglio surrounding the villa was sealed off.

Clooney, who is not living in the mansion at present, had announced plans of selling it off in February this year.

He had bought the 30-bed mansion in 2001 for seven million euros.



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