EXPLOSIVE RIDE: Seven WWII Bombs Found On Tesla's New German Factory Site
Jan. 23, 2020
It's not a strange thing to suddenly find unexploded World War 2 bombs in Germany and Elon Musk's company Tesla have just found this out the hard way.
While surveying the site for a new Tesla factory to be built in the country, not one or two, but seven different unexploded bombs were found on the property.
The local officials say that these were bombs dropped by the US army during the long fight against Adolf Hitler and his Nazi regime. The next course of action will be to diffuse the bombs so that they don't cause any harm.
Tesla planned to open the new factory by next year so this explosive development shouldn't set them back too far in their plans. Each bomb weighs a meagre 110 pounds so this shouldn't be too difficult a job for bomb experts.
The electric vehicle company plans to gain footing in Germany after conquering many parts of Eastern Europe like The Netherlands, Sweden and particularly Norway.
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