A lorry driver claims to have caught the ghost of a drowned man wandering into a tunnel during rush hour.
Stephen Smyth was taking pictures as he travelled through Cork, Ireland, with colleague George Furst.
But, after checking one of the photographs, the duo spotted what they believe could be ghostly figure.
Mr Furst, 45, said: 'When we looked at the picture Stephen suddenly said: "What the hell is that?"
'I couldn't believe my eyes - it looked like an old man wearing an old tweed coat walking down the road into the tunnel.
'What was so striking was that it was a busy road and he wasn't looking behind him or paying any attention to any of the cars.
'In fact, we must have driven right through him just after the picture was taken.'
Mr Furst said: 'The tunnel isn't that old so it's unlikely that it is someone who died in the tunnel.He looks a bit like a butler to me, possibly from the Downton Abbey period.'
'He looks a bit like a butler to me, possibly from the Downton Abbey period, as if he has left a nearby manor house and gone for a walk and drowned in the river.'
Mr Furst, who is originally from Liverpool but has lived in Cork for the last eight years, added that he originally wanted to send the picture to his family back in England pretending it was the Mersey tunnel.