When workmen in Shoreditch London found a strange looking device under a manhole cover, the decided that discretion was the better part of valor and called the police. The coppers came, bringing the bomb squad and evacuating the block as they explored the tense situation. The nearby Windmill Pub, in the most horrifying of consequences, had to be closed down for nearly 45 minutes, as drunks waited a block over, eagerly anticipating returning to their beers.
Explosive experts immediately recognized the device, as an older model armament… the once infamous Holy Hand Grenade of Antioch. Fortunately for all concerned, the pin remained safely ensconced within the Holy Hand Grenade, and no one present, being naughty in the sight of the Lord, did snuff it.
Just to be on the safe side, Captain Barkham of the London Bomb Squad, counted to five instead of three when he removed the device.