#5Things: Bomb found in Kloof, scary Peppa Pig, Justin Bieber's line of crocs, and more

#5Things: Bomb found in Kloof, scary Peppa Pig, Justin Bieber's line of crocs, and more

Not sure what is happening in South Africa and the world? Darren Keri and Sky have got your back with #5Things you need to know as you wake up.

Bomb found in Kloof

1. Largest World War II bomb found in Poland

More than 750 people were forced to evacuate their homes when navy divers began a five-day operation to defuse the largest unexploded World War II bomb ever found in Poland. Dubbed the "earthquake" bomb, the Tallboy bomb was used by Britain's Royal Air Force (RAF) and weighs nearly 5,400 kg, including 2,400 kg of explosive.

READ: Briton, Australian killed clearing WWII bomb in Solomons

2. Bomb found in Kloof

The South African Police Services Explosive Unit safely detonated a mortar bomb after it was discovered by a gardener working in Kloof at the weekend. Mbele said the bomb was taken and detonated, adding that no injuries were sustained.

Bomb found in Kloof

3. Peppa Pig's 'front face' has been revealed - and it's creeping parents out 

You probably shouldn't show your kids Peppa Pig's 'front face'. The popular cartoon, which has been broadcast in 180 locations and in over 40 languages, has only ever shown Peppa side-on, so it's only natural that fans were curious as to what she looked like from the front - it’s horrible. Many have said it's something that "nightmares are made".

Peppa pig front face

4. Justin Bieber has launched a line of yellow Crocs

If you have just awoken, it’s 2020, there’s a pandemic crippling the world, Donald Trump is President of the USA, AND Justin Bieber has launched a line of yellow Crocs with added Jibbitz charms. While many people have a love-hate relationship with the brand, Crocs seem to be making a comeback in 2020, the year of staying at home.

Read the full story here.

5. A "chip" to protect us from cellphone radiation?

An Indian government unit established to develop soaps and medicinal products from cow dung has branched out with a "chip" it claims can protect people from cellphone radiation. Without explaining how the technology works, the head of the National Cow Commission - set up last year - said the device could simply be placed inside a mobile phone's protective cover.

READ: #CakeGate: Introducing the Naidoo Commission of Inquiry into Cake Capture

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