A couple became stranded on a beach in their car after driving down for a late-night seaside romp, it's been claimed.
The car, believed to be a Seat Ibiza, was spotted stuck on the sand with the tide coming in by bemused locals at Cleethorpes beach, Lincs., early this morning.
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An eyewitness told the Grimsby Telegraph that a recovery company was on the scene at 7am. A couple in their 20s were still sat inside.
She said: "The tide was lapping around the wheels and the driver and passenger will still in the car."
Nick Cowdroy, 53, was flying a drone in the area when he spotted the drama.
He said council workers were trying to work out how to help the pair.
Mr Cowdroy told The Sun: "They said the couple had driven down on to the beach at 2am and were getting up to you-know-what."
"The windows had steamed up and before they knew it they were surrounded by the North Sea"
The car is believed to have escaped by 9am.