When going out to a bar, many people go out to get bombed. They might even do some bomb-type drinks. But they don’t expect an actual bombing.
In the small town of Sudlersville, Maryland, patrons of Darlene’s Tavern were enjoying the warm summer night by sitting outside last Thursday when a bomb dropped from the sky and hit the parking lot. Luckily, it was only a practice bomb, so it didn’t blow up and kill everyone.
As it turns out, an A-10 Warthog with the Maryland Air National Guard was on a training mission when the pilot realized not all of the practice bombs had dropped out correctly. It was flying back to base, avoiding populated areas, when the bomb eventually shook loose, giving the bar a fresh new hole in the ground.