One shopper at Bluewater in Kent was left stunned after returning from a shopping trip to find their car wrapped up and covered in tape.
The car war left in a covered car park in a reserved bay on Monday. Do you know who's behind the stunt or why it was wrapped up? Tweet us @itvlondon.
Police, firefighters and ambulance staff are currently at the scene of John Lewis in Bluewater Shopping Centre which has been evacuated. It is believed the chemical spillage was from a fridge in the department store.
There are unconfirmed reports of injuries as a result of the leak.
The on the spot justice system will mean shoplifters will be arrested, appear before magistrates and can even be sentenced without leaving the shopping centre, saving police and court staff time and money.
Bluewater has video links to five courts and is being rolled out after a successful two month trial.
Among those getting A-Level results today was the Olympic diving medallist Tom Daley. He also spent some time meeting fans at the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent, where he signed copies of his biography.
Ian McBride reports.
Thousands of Tom Daly fans are being turned away from a book signing in Greenhithe in Kent because of excess numbers.
People began queueing outside Waterstone's at the Bluewater shopping centre at 1am this morning. One family has travelled from Cheshire to see him.
Even people who arrived up to four hours in advance have been told that they won't get in to see the diving star.
Organisers say they have been taken aback by the level of interest.
Tom Daley will be visiting the Bluewater shopping centre in Greenhithe in Kent today.
The Olympic diver will have just picked up his A-level results.