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BURY, ENGLAND - MAY 28: Imitation grenades on stall at Irewell Vale station as enthusiasts take part in the East Lancashire Railway BURY, ENGLAND - MAY 28: Imitation grenades on stall at Irewell Vale station as enthusiasts take part in the East Lancashire Railway's 1940's re-enactment weekend, at the Bury Transport Museum on May 28, 2011 in Bury, England. Re-enactors dressed in 1940s fashion will attend the wartime weekend for nostalgic celebrations including tea dances, make-do-and-mend demonstrations and battle re-enactments. (Photo by Bethany Clarke/Getty Images)  

Boy Brings Grenade To School For D-Day Presentation, Mother Arrested

After sending her son to school with a grenade meant for a D-Day presentation, Lisa Miguel, 44, has been charged with “risk of injury to a minor, reckless endangerment, and illegal possession of an explosive,” according to WTNH.

The grenade, said to be a “dud,” was a gift from the boy’s grandfather to Miguel. She gave her 11-year-old son the grenade to take to Stratford Academy in Connecticut for a class on World War II.

The school was put on lockdown, and a bomb squad finally confirmed that it was indeed a dud, used in practice drills.

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