A 26-year-old student in France has been arrested after his class project turned out to be four radioactive pipe bombs. A French student obsessed with neo-Nazis and the Ku Klux Klan has been arrested after his class project was determined to be four pipe bombs loaded with uranium dust he had purchased from eBay. The 26-year-old man, who has not been identified, was arrested last week in the city of Colmar, in the northeast Haut-Rhin area near the border with Germany. (…) A search of the suspect’s home found large amounts of neo-Nazi materials and a Ku Klux Klan hood and cloak from an illegal KKK group in Germany, just a few miles away from the site of the arrest. “The suspect was not himself on the [security list] but we are checking his associations with other neo-Nazi groups in both France and Germany,” said the official. (…) On the 26th of August, teachers called the local cops for assistance after the 26-year-old student, who reportedly has significant developmental disabilities, announced to his class that he had successfully built four pipe bombs and loaded them with radioactive dust used in scientific experiments that he had purchased from eBay. Upon arriving at the scene at the school, described as an adult vocational centre, police determined that at least three of the devices were fully functioning bombs and called for a bomb disposal team and hazardous materials crews that concluded the bombs were also radioactive, and began emergency cleanup procedures.