British Royal Navy records found in a pub restroom

According to the Navy, the documents do not contain classified information, but the circumstances surrounding the discovery of the documents are being investigated.

the BBC Citing The Sun, he writes that the files contain details of the HMS Anson submarine. According to the newspaper, the documents were found in a cloakroom of the Furness railway pub in Barrow-in-Furness, northwest England. A Navy spokesperson said they were “public” documents that did not contain classified information, but added that since they take all security issues seriously, the circumstances surrounding the discovery of the documents are under investigation.

HMS Anson is a nuclear powered attack submarine built at BAE Systems’ shipyard in Barrow-in-Furness. The shipyard is located near the tavern where the materials were found.

The 97-meter long, 7,800-tonne submarine is the fifth of the new Astute-class attack submarines to join the Navy’s fleet. According to the Ministry of Defense, Astute-class submarines are the largest, most advanced, and most powerful attack submarines ever operated by the Royal Navy, capable of circumnavigating land without surfacing.

HMS Anson is currently stationed in the Clyde, Scotland.

The BBC indicated in its article that they had not seen the documents.

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