Heart-shaped sinkhole appears just steps from public footpath in Norfolk

This is the incredible scene of a heart-shaped hole torn into a 10-metre seaside cliff - just steps from a public footpath. Walkers have been warned to stay away from the cliff edge after the heavy erosion in Happisburgh, Norfolk this month. This fall left a heart-shaped mark in the cliff as the land crumbled just metres from a public footpath leading to the local village. Photographer Paul Glenn said: "It's eating up all the pathway. "The council have had to move the path to keep people safe." ENDS

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