Brad Pitt's "World War Z" set raided
Hungarian police seize 85 unsafe weapons
The arms were considered dangerous because they were partly working.
"The 85 weapons were seized in Budapest at a warehouse" said an official to People magazine "because they were not fully inoperable as they were supposed to be".
The Hungarian police said the guns were "a disaster waiting to happen".
A publicist for the film confirmed the event did happen but they were cooperating with the authorities to solve the matter.