Three people had to be rescued when a boat selling ice cream capsized in Dorset.
The Lolly Roger overturned when a freezer containing ice cream rolled while on board and caused the vessel to upturn.
A Mayday call was made to coastguards when a passing boat spotted the capsized vessel and the three-man crew off Hengistbury Head.
A spokeswoman for the Maritime and Coastguard Agency said the coastguard search and rescue helicopter from Portland was scrambled but stood down as it was not required.
The three casualties - a woman and two men- were not seriously injured.
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