People are being urged to stay away from a Cornwall beach after a sinkhole emerged.
The hole appeared on Seaton Beach in Downderry on Tuesday 18 May and the RNLI put a cordon in place to ensure the safety of the public.
Nobody was injured during the incident but Cornwall Council has now issued a statement asking people to use caution in the area and respect the cordon.
A Cornwall County spokesperson said: "A temporary cordon has been installed after a sinkhole emerged at Seaton Beach.
"Investigation works will be carried out at the site. In the meantime we urge beach users to respect the cordon for their own safety."