The Dorset seafront is loaded out this lunch break as Britons gathered outdoors after Boris Johnson somewhat loosened lockdown guidelines.
Images from the beach appear to reveal some families stopping working to follow social distancing guidelines after similar scenes triggered fury last week
The beach at Southend, in Essex, is also stuffed with sunbathers this afternoon.
It comes as forecasters forecasted the mercury could climb as high as 26 C on Monday.
The Met Office forecasts long sunny durations for this afternoon, with inland locations becoming warm.
The mercury is predicted to skyrocket to between 24 C and 26 C in London, with 21 C expected in Newcastle, 20 C in Edinburgh and Belfast and 22 C in Southampton.
Following the jam-packed scenes, Bournemouth council said its “seafront car parks are full” and advised tourists to stay away.
The council tweeted: “Our seafront parking area are complete. Please think twice before going to the beach– there are other less busy however similarly beautiful open areas to delight in or please stay at home.”
Southend council included: “Please hesitate before joining a busy beach today and do not gather together in crowds.”
The most recent packed scenes came as Federal government consultants and cops chiefs alerted the affair over Dominic Cummings’ alleged breach of lockdown might cause others to flout the guidelines.
Teacher Stephen Reicher, an essential Government adviser on the lockdown, stated on Monday that the ” ordeal” has actually “fatally undermined” efforts to combat coronavirus and will mean “more people are going to pass away”.
On the other hand, Gloucestershire cops chief Martin Surl said the senior Downing Street aide’s 260- mile trip to Durham “made a mockery” of the guidelines and “makes it much harder for the authorities” to impose them.
The seafront in Brighton, Sussex, and at London’s Serpentine open water swimming pool also saw big crowds today.
Under the new guidelines in England people can drive to leisure areas and meet someone outside their home, but need to follow social distancing.
Tourism employers had pleaded with Brits to stay away from charm areas over the bank vacation as lockdown rules deal with another major test, alerting seaside communities might not cope with an influx.
Sefton Council in Merseyside embraced a new campaign ahead of the bank vacation weekend, informing people “Desire you weren’t here!”.
In Cornwall, council leaders on the other hand cautioned there was no lifeguard cover on the coast in an apparent quote to deter individuals from flocking to the area’s beaches.
Neighbouring Devon County Council asked individuals to “hesitate” about visiting the coast and to consider if they might remain closer to house.
Meanwhile, Brighton & Hove City Councillor Carmen Appich urged anyone thinking about taking a trip to the city “to think about really carefully how their journey will impact on others”.
Similar packed scenes at Bournemouth and Southend during the lockdown heatwave on Wednesday, the most popular day of 2020 up until now, triggered an upset reaction.
Cops in Devon knocked travelers for grinding costal roadways to “gridlock” and stated parking officers had ran dry of tickets due to automobiles “from all over the nation” gathering to the location.
It comes as Boris Johnson is reportedly set to expose more details on permitting increased social contact and permitting non-essential shops to resume as the Government readies to further reduce the coronavirus lockdown.
As the country relocates to Phase 2 of the relieving plan, Brits might soon be allowed to fulfill in “bubbles” of social contacts, while the PM is supporting his plan to reopen schools to more students on June 1.