A man who decided to take a nap on the beach in Cornwall had to be rescued by RNLI crew after being cut off by the rising tide.
The RNLI lifeboat team were called out at 7.10pm on Wednesday, and found the man sheltering in a cove at the southern end of Towan Beach, just below Newquay's Belushi bar.
According to Cornwall Community News, high tide was due in an hour, but RNLI volunteers managed to take him on the inshore lifeboat to Newquay harbour, where he was dropped at 7.25pm.
Gareth Horner, volunteer lifeboat operations manager, told This Is Cornwall: "By the time the man woke up, the tide had risen to within two metres of him, but fortunately he was able to raise the alarm on his mobile phone."
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