A total of 87 bombs, some dating back to the late 19th century, washed ashore at a nudist beach in Britain during a two-day sweep of the sands by the Royal Navy.

The Navy was called in after 26 bombs washed up on the shore.  A string of other items, such as bullets, were part of the haul found at Leysdown beach on the Isle of Sheppey in Kent, The Sun reported.

Now, this shouldn’t really come as too much of a surprise since a sunken Second World War wreck – the SS Richard Montgomery – lies two miles off the coast and is packed with 1,400 tonnes of explosives.  However, the bombs on the beach are NOT thought to have come from the stricken US vessel which sank in 1944.

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