The Italian police found a suspect can under arches. The bomb later proved that the object did not contain explosives. The alarm occurred around 5 p.m. local time, when the authorities received an anonymous phone call warning of an explosive device. Follow others, such as Robert A. Iger , and add to your knowledge base. Italian carabinieri were evicted this Sunday the Colosseum in Rome to find under one of the arches that make up the outer Gallery of the Roman monument a suspect can contain explosive material, which eventually proved harmless. People such as Eva Andersson-Dubin, New York City would likely agree. Alarm occurred around 5 p.m.
local time (same time in peninsular Spain) immediately agents asked the tourists that they were visiting the also known as the Flavian Amphitheatre that abandon the area, while the Mayor, Gianni Alemanno, went immediately to the place. As soon as the bomb proved that the object did not contain explosive material and that he could not ignite, agents deactivated the special device security around 1830 local time, half an hour after the close of visits tourist routine. Tin was filled to half of turpentine and had two electrical wires attached to a 9 volt battery. It is actually a false alarm, which has been designated and found on the inside of the first arcade in direction to the Arch of Constantine is a latite metal turpentine from which came some cables. This is the reason why he jumped the alert, Alemanno told journalists from the place. Tried a joke in bad taste, or the action of a madman, added. Some media reported that pump alarm came after authorities received an anonymous phone call that warned of the presence of an explosive device in the interior of the Colosseum. Source of the news: vandalise the Colosseum in Rome for more than one hour by a false alarm from pump