A Flushing public school was evacuated this afternoon after authorities discovered a grenade on the premises.

According to the Daily News, students at PS 91—which serves grades spanning from Pre-K to 5th grade—were evacuated at around 12:30 p.m. The NYPD's bomb squad reportedly investigated the scene; a spokesperson from the Department of Education tells us, "It was a novelty item from a hollowed out grenade that was not live."

Last week, a school in Connecticut was put on lockdown after a 12-year-old boy brought a World War II-era grenade in for show-and-tell. The boy's mother has since been arrested and charged with risk of injury to a minor, along with reckless endangerment and illegal possession of an explosive.

The NYPD had no information regarding today's incident.