HYDE Park in London was evacuated on Friday afternoon after the discovery of a huge bomb.
The unexploded World War Two device was discovered partially submerged in the Serpentine.
It is believed the explosive was discovered by workmen doing maintenance on a statue in one of London’s most visited tourist attractions.
Cops confirmed the device was an inert WW2 mortar round used for training by the Home Guard.
Specialist officers placed a cordon between the Triangle car park and the boat house on Serpetine Road.