A man who made bombs in his house had a 'hate' dartboard with images of celebs including Barack Obama, Justin Bieber, Cheryl Tweedy and Kate Middleton, and Muslim people.
Police found a terrifying cache of explosives and weapons when they raided Matthew Glynn's home in Horfield, Bristol.
The 37-year-old had a viable improvised explosive device (IED) - containing ball bearings and nails - under his bed, plus Samurai swords and hundreds of knives and axes.
Army bomb disposal (EOD) officers closed off his street for two nights while they searched his home, where they found more than 6kg of explosive powders and chemicals used for bomb making.
Glynn, who had demonstrated "racist and homophobic views", also bought a Wolverine-style weapon with four sharp blades, described as "horrific" by police.