Thousands of sunseekers have flocked to Bournemouth beach amid scorching Bank Holiday temperatures.
The seafront has been packed since this morning despite the message to observe social distancing.
It follows Boris Johnson's introduction of measures to reduce the severity of lockdown.
Just before midday, BCP Council tweeted that their seafront car parks were full, and urged sun seekers to think twice before visiting the coast.
Speaking on Saturday Dorset's Police and Crime Commissioner Martin Underwood said the numbers of people arriving at Bournemouth and other beaches in the county were an issue:
"And of course there is the obvious dilemma of the lockdown reducing and normal policing picking up starting to realise itself.