It was just a normal day in the production of Brad Pitt’s zombie apocalypse film World War Z. Until production was raided by a Hungarian anti-terrorism unit, that is.
You’d think making a movie about zombies would allow you to have some weapons on set… you know, for filming. But nope, Hungary doesn’t agree.
According to Us Weekly, a SWAT team raided the production’s warehouses and confiscated 85 fully functioning weapons. Whoops.
The weapons apparently had paper work that said they were non-functional, so who knows who did what and who made a stupid mistake.
Also, the guns were flown in privately on a plane from Budapest. So, Brad Pitt and the production of World War Z illegally smuggled weapons into the country? Maybe?
Here’s what Hajdu Janos and Zsolt Bodnar, director and deputy director of Hungary’s anti-terrorist force told Us Weekly:
Guns like these are highly illegal to transport even if they were to used as stage guns, which hopefully they weren’t.