LOCKDOWN-weary Brits hit beaches and parks across the UK to bask in 13C sunshine despite lockdown warnings.
Health officials have urged people to keep following the “stay at home” order and to not be tempted by the glorious weather outside.
Crowds in Exeter sat alongside the River Exe enjoying the warm weather while watching the sunset.
The sun-basking Brits were pictured sitting in groups of more than three people breaking the current lockdown restrictions in place.
Since January 4, Brits have not been allowed to leave their home to meet socially with anyone that is not in their support bubble or is not in their household.
Brits are also advised to stay two metres apart from anyone not in their household or support bubble.
It comes the day after local MP Ben Bradshaw called for restrictions to be lifted earlier in the southwest due to reduced levels of Covid-19 infections.
Professor Jonathan Van-Tam, the deputy chief medical officer for England, urged Brits to stay disciplined on the rules and “don’t wreck it now”.
Yesterday temperatures reached a high of 13C in parts of southern England.