The shot for the 25th James Bond film titled No Time to Die
reportedly sparked a massive terror while filming undertaken at the highest Royal Air Force (RAF) airbase in the UK.
The event happened at RAF Brize Norton, Oxfordshire last week, after crew parts left behind a van following days of filming,
prompting 400 people to remove from the field which was put on lockdown as bomb sniffer puppies were delivered in, reports thesun.co.uk.
Police cordoned off the general area after it appeared the van’s security rights had lapsed, with thought the vehicle was full of pyrotechnic explosives. However, that later disproved.
“Everything was packed up on Friday, but-amazingly one of the vans was moved behind outside the mess. I don’t remember if it was the film company or the hiring company, but someone told the van,” a source said sun.co.uk.
“Sniffer dogs from a charge control unit were sent in to investigate immediately. A 300-meter cordon was set in place while bomb disposal teams assessed it. It is an incredible mistake to have caused such a huge security risk.”
While the company received a “slap on the wrist” for the conflict, film clubs will still be inspired to make films at the base because it “brings in a lot of money”.
The base was also managed to film uproars for Mission Impossible – Result last year.
James Bond film titled No Time to Die, led by Cary Fukunaga, is supposed to be actor Daniel Craig’s final outing as Bond.