Yesterday, a massive landslip destroyed a section of the South West Coast Path in Dorset, south west UK.
Portland Coastguard said the cliff fall happened overnight at St Oswald's Bay, east of Durdle Door. The substantial landslip, which happened overnight without warning, took out part of the cliff.
Visitors were advised to exercise awareness of their surroundings and pay attention to warning signs when walking near the cliffs. However the Maritime and Coastguard Agency Twitter account later posted a photograph of people still walking along the path, with the caption: "What do you think they are doing on the edge of a collapsed cliff? There's a reason we give advice."
With very little warning for hikers, it's lucky this didn't happen during a busy weekend.