WWII bombs found at AC/DC gig venue

A team of explosives experts discovered two World War Two aerial bombs beneath a site where AC/DC are set to perform next month.Interior ministry officials said today (Tues) one of the missiles was defect while the other one did not have a detonator.Authorities announced that a beer crate from 1941 was found as well.Experts continue their search at Wels Airport in Upper Austria and hope to finalise work at the end of this week, they added.Digging for the war era material started after Easter, and city administration chief Bernd Spitzer claimed the work would not affect the time schedule of the concert of the Australian hard rock giants which is expected to draw around 80,000 on 22 May.Controversy over World War Two explosives at the small airport was preceded by protests by environmentalists who claimed the gig would pose a risk to a colony of curlews and around 200 pairs of other endangered birds that nest on the ground.Local officials managed to come to an agreement with the activists after promising 90 per cent of the airfield will remain undisturbed by the concert, while light and sound effects will be restricted to a minimum.