A campsite in West Bay, Dorset, was flooded after the River Brit burst its banks following a high tide.
Some campers chose to stay put when the water arrived, with one caravan seen submerged in the water while its owner sat outside on a deckchair.
A spokesperson for Britt Valley and Britt River Campgrounds said campers were given advance warning to move to another field, but some did not take their advice.
“The flooding occurred due to the very high spring tides and has happened in previous years,” the spokesperson said. “These tides happen at other times of the year when the land is not in use for camping. As this is a natural phenomenon, nothing can be done about it.”
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