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Police called out to the side of a motorway in Cheshire found that reports of a dead body by the roadside were in fact far less sinister.
A call from a concerned member of the public prompted an "extensive" search of the area by North West Motorway Police - who were initially unable to find "the body".
But officers eventually found the man in question alive and well - he said he was a druid practicing yoga.
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The misunderstanding amused many of the force's followers on Twitter, one of who thanked the social media account for "making me laugh so hard I cried".
North West Motorway Police are urging motorists to take care on the roads this Boxing Day.
Icy and even snowy conditions in parts of the region are making driving at speed a danger and there are reports of several accidents on motorways with cars overturned.