A bomb squad has been sent to Rush Limbaugh’s home in Floria, WPBF 25 News is reporting.
TMZ reports that a suspicious package has been discovered on site in Palm Beach.
Tax records reportedly show it is Limbaugh’s home, but it is not known if the talk show host is there at present.
UPDATE: Palm Beach Police spokesman Fred Hess has said the package is not “dangerous or hazardous”, Palm Beach Daily News reports.
Limbaugh’s staff had called police after seeing what looked like wires when they x-rayed the package.
While it turned out to not be dangerous, it really sounds pretty creepy:
The package was sent by a man in Pennsylvania as a “business opportunity” for Limbaugh, Hess said. The man was not identified, but when authorities called him he apologized, Hess said.
The package contained an electronic plaque commemorating the assassinations of Abraham Lincoln and John Wilkes Booth. No further details about the plaque were immediately available.
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