Shirley McNally, 82, from England bought a sofa online, but as soon as she sat down on it, she suddenly felt something hard. She pulled out the strange find and immediately called the police.

"I just spotted the couch on Facebook and thought it was a bargain and ordered it right away."

The furniture was delivered almost immediately. Although the two delivery guys seemed suspicious to her, Shirley didn't pay much attention to them at the time.

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The elderly woman paid $200 for the sofa and was quite content with the purchase until her grandson Keenan arrived and said that the sofa was awful and didn't fit her at all:

"This sofa is just awful; you can only find such things in a nursing home," he said.

After that, the old lady decided to get rid of the couch and put it up for sale, having cleaned and vacuumed it first.

And then she noticed something strange. On sitting down on the coach she felt something hard under the upholstery. She thought that it was some kind of jewelry or a purse, because people often hide their valuables in sofas.

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But instead of treasure, Shirley pulled out a real huge machete. It was the same kind of machete Rambo had.

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First, Shirley was confused as she did not know what to do with such a find. A few moments later she called the police to get rid of this find as soon as possible.

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