A man has actually been stabbed at a popular seafront in Essex.
Cops have actually sealed off an area in Clacton-on-Sea, with cordons in location.
Several officers and paramedics have been seen in the location all afternoon on a day thousands of Brits head to the beach on Bank Holiday Monday.
Onlookers state the cordon was put up near the Premier Inn along the seafront, not far from the pier.
According to witnesses, an air ambulance likewise landed at the beach close by to participate in the event, EssexLive reports.
An Essex Authorities spokesperson said: “We were called to reports a male had actually been found injured near the junction of Marine Parade and Pier Avenue quickly after 12.35 pm on Monday 25 May.
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” The guy has sustained a stab wound to the stomach and is being taken to medical facility for treatment.
A police forensics van showed up at the scene at around 4.
Pictures showed sunseekers getting here at tourist hotspots across the UK to soak up the 26 C heat, regardless of rigorous measures still being in force.
But there was little sign of people sticking to social distancing guidelines at heaving beaches in Brighton, Bournemouth and Essex.
Temperatures were currently pressing 20 C by 10 am this morning as forecasters predicted London would be hotter than Barcelona or Athens by the afternoon.
Some fear that the warm weather might cause the lockdown to collapse following discoveries about Dominic Cummings’ 260- mile roadtrip during the lockdown.
Community Security officers patrolled the beach in Southend-on-Sea, Essex, to try and impose social distancing steps.
In other places, vehicles were parked bumper to bumper on a packed Camber Sands on the Kent coast and Bournemouth beach in Dorset.
Pictures from Kent revealed Botany Bay and Margate Main Sands rammed with beach goers.
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Citizens complained of a ‘strong odor of urine’ due to a lack of centers at those locations, Kent Live reported
The beach at Weston-super-Mare in north Somerset was also packed with revellers.
The Met Office said temperature levels ought to reach as high as 26 C in London, with 21 C anticipated in Newcastle, 20 C in Edinburgh and Belfast and 22 C in Southampton.