The largest earthquake recorded in the UK in years happened in Kent last night.
The mild earthquake measured 4.2 magnitude and originated near Sandwich with people as far as Essex saying they felt the tremor.
But not everyone was impressed with a tongue-in-cheek 'I survived the Kent Earthquake' Facebook group already been set up while others took to Twitter to share their views.
A witness of the earthquake in Kent in the early hours of this morning has described how he thought it was an "explosion".
He added: "Lying in bed when the house suddenly shook. Thought something had collapsed outside, so got up to check.
"I've looked outside and all appears to be fine in the street. No damage that I can see. Will obviously see more later when it's lighter. Weird experience anyway.
"I actually thought it was an explosion of some sort and not an earthquake."
Kent residents have tweeted their reactions after being awoken by the tremors in the early hours of this morning.
Vikki Petts said: "So we just had a 4.3 magnitude earthquake in Kent and my housemates slept through the entire thing. certainly woke me up!"
Jonathan Tapp said: "Earthquake in East Kent and now can't get back to sleep. Despite months spent in NZ this is my first one that I've felt."
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David Hill was stopped by police for driving without a licence.
Officers discovered his drugs factory in a barn. He was jailed for three years.
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The haul was discovered in three vehicles which were also seized in a joint operation that involved French customs officers.