A bomb disposal unit carried out a controlled explosion of ammunition found inside a wrecked World War Two aircraft discovered on a beach in Cleethorpes.
The wreckage was originally discovered by Debi Hartley and her partner Graham Holden on a dog walk along the beach.
The aircraft was found 76 years after it initially crash landed in 1944 due to an engine failure.
A bomb disposal unit from the Royal Navy arrived on Saturday, May 30 and carried out a controlled explosion of the ammunition.
The plane has been identified as a Beaufighter TF.X plane from the 254 squadron, and was based at North Coates, just a few miles south of Cleethorpes.
Royal Navy’s Southern Diving Unit 2, which is based in Portsmouth, disposed of the items at around 5.45am.