RNLI volunteers are often called into action with very little notice and at any time of day.
One member of the St Agnes RNLI Lifeboat team was responding to a call out and grabbed the first clothes he could find.
Unfortunately for Ed Schwarz that meant pairing his pyjama bottoms with his wife's coat and some bright orange Crocs.
The lifeboat station uploaded a picture of the 'very stylish' Ed to their Facebook page where people appreciated his dedication to the job but questioned his unique fashion sense.
Give that man a medal or at least a fashion award for rescue boat chic
Bless him, no casualty would worry too much about what he wore when he pulls them out of the water or throws their boat a tow
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A man is due to appear in court charged with causing death by dangerous driving after a crash near St Agnes last summer.
27-year-old Ryan Morrish was charged after an investigation into the collision last August near the Chiverton Cross roundabout.
Two pedestrians - Calvin Trevena and Ann Varran who were both aged 51 and from Redruth, died in the collision.
A man has been charged after a fatal collision in Cornwall last August.
27-year-old Ryan Morrish from Redruth has been charged with two counts of causing death by dangerous driving and one count of perverting the course of justice. He's due to appear at Truro Magistrates Court on 28 March.
The charges follow an investigation into a traffic collision that took place on Sunday 2 August near St Agnes.
Pedestrians Calvin Trevena and Ann Varran, both aged 51 and from Redruth, died in the collision. It happened on the B3277 between Chiverton Cross and St Agnes.
A second man arrested as part of the investigation was previously released with no further action.
Tributes are being paid to a couple who were killed after being hit by a car in St Agnes near Newquay.
Railway Inn barmaid Annie Varran and Calvin Trevena died after being hit, walking home on Sunday morning.
It happened on the B3277 between Chiverton Cross Roundabout and St Agnes.
Two men were arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous and have been released on bail.