A man's been rescued after drifting out to sea off the UK coast in a toy dinghy that was too small for him.
The RNLI says if the alarm hadn't been raised, they could have been bringing back a dead body.
He was taken on board the lifeboat and returned to the beach, where a coastguard team was waiting to give him sea safety advice.
Dave Cocks is lifeboat operations manager at Redcar RNLI.
He said: "This is a good example of the types of incident we repeatedly warn people about.
"It was a reasonably pleasant evening but the wind and tide were a recipe for this to happen.
"He was dressed in only a hoodie and shorts. He was bigger than the dinghy so his feet were hanging over the edge."
They've released video of the operation that happened on Monday evening: