The SWAT team at Budapest, Hungary had recently raided the warehouse of the upcoming Brad Pitt movie ‘World War Z’. The police had confiscated more than 85 weapons that were in working condition that were supposed to be used for the shooting of the film.
The weapons that were seized had included rifles, pistols and machine guns according to the security officials. Moreover, most of the weapons were in a working condition.
On Saturday, the weapons were brought from London to the Budapest Airport and were found in the nearby duty free zone. Janos Hajdu and Zsolt Bodnar, who are the director and the deputy director of the Anti Terrorism Unit of Hungary had found the weapons and could not confirm if they were meant for the shooting of the movie.
The problem with the weapons was that they came with a paper work that they are non functional but were actually in working condition. Sources had said that the transportation of such guns were highly illegal, even if they were meant for stage use. Pitt, under whose production the film is being made is not to be blamed for the weapons. It is actually the mistake of the employees of the company who had handed over the weapons.