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Some people weren't too happy filmmakers were allowed blow up a bus in London today

The explosion sparked panic with some people saying they feared it was a terrorist attack.

MANY PASSERS-BY WERE left confused this morning when they witnessed a double decker bus go up in flames as it drove along Lambeth Bridge in central London.

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The bus was blown up as part of a movie, but it initially sparked panic with some people saying they feared it was a terrorist attack.

However, it’s understood that signs were placed around the bridge and local residents even received written warnings.

The bridge was also closed off at the time.

The explosion will feature in Jackie Chan’s new film The Foreigner.

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