Migrants pose for SELFIES in the sunshine on Kent coast after dodging border force patrol boats during dawn Channel dash in a dinghy
A gang of five migrants used a dingy to reach Kent this morning – before taking selfies and laying back to sunbathe on the coastline as police spoke to them.
The group, who wrecked their inflatable boat before swimming ashore, arrived from Calais just off St Margaret's At Cliffe near Dover in the early hours.
They were seen lying back in the sun while border force officials dealt with them at the sea front just before 6am.
The five were among a series of boats who appeared throughout the morning, all stopped by police on shore.
All of the adults will be now processed by immigration officers who will interview them and discover if they are claiming asylum. If they do, checks will be made as to their history.