‘Sensitive’ documents about British nuclear submarine found in pub toilets | outside

Official documents about the nuclear powered submarine HMS Anson were found in a pub in Barrow-in-Furness, England. The British Ministry of Defense confirmed the authenticity of the papers, The Sun newspaper reported today, Saturday.

The documents were on the floor in a cloakroom in the Furness railway pub. They described the inner workings of a submarine and were used to teach crew members how to isolate certain parts to depressurize it.

The Royal Navy confirms to The Sun that these are public documents that do not contain classified information. According to the newspaper, the newspapers were classified as “sensitive”.

Not far from the tavern is the BAE Systems shipyard, where HMS Anson was built. The Astute-class nuclear submarine, armed with torpedoes and cruise missiles and costing £1.3 billion, departed for its first sea trials in mid-February.

The Royal Navy says it takes the situation seriously and has launched an investigation.

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