...and a crime wave:
A schoolboy plunged to his death from a fairground ride after he and five friends are said to have broken into travelling fun fair before it opened this morning.
Locals said they had heard a group of around six youngsters had climbed over fencing on the perimeter to get into the fair in Dover, Kent.
Emergency crews were called to Family Funfair in a park in Dover, Kent around 7.45am.
The obligatory chavshrine and revelation of a double-barrelled surname weren't long in revelation....
Catherine Dennison, 75, a retired P&O ferry worker who lives close to the park said she heard an 'unusual' number of sirens this morning.
Catherine, who had worked on the ferries as an interpreter added: 'It's so awful. I feel so sorry for his mother, and his father, and his friends who saw it.'
I feel sorry for the owners of the funfair who will now face an investigation into site security, and the emergency services having to deal with the consequences, myself.