BEACH-GOERS faced an unbearable queue for the toilet as thousands took to the seafront to soak up the sun.
Dozens of people were seen in an extremely long queue to use Shelter Hall’s loo on Brighton beach as the temperature hit 27C.
The coast was once again teeming with people, with hundreds of parasols lining the beach and people heading into the sea to cool off the mercury that crept up during the day.
Temperatures are expected to rise further this week and the city faces the possibility of breaking a decade-long record on Tuesday.
The Met Office is forecasting 33C for Brighton, beating the record of 32.8C set during the 1976 heatwave.
The city is said to be hotter than several popular beach resorts, including Ibiza, Rio de Janeiro, Kavos, Barcelona and even Honolulu in Hawaii.
A yellow extreme heat warning is in effect across Sussex through Tuesday, with temperatures expected to reach 35C and above in parts of the county.
https://www.theargus.co.uk/news/20285106.huge-queue-loo-brighton-beach-visitors-flock-seafront/?ref=rss Huge queue for the loo on Brighton beach as visitors flock to the seafront