A big cat is on the loose on the site of the Glastonbury festival.
Revellers heading to the event this weekend have been warned that a wild feline is prowling the Worthy Farm site in Somerset.
Reg Baker, part of the build crew at the legendary music festival, claims that he saw a puma running across a field and claims that big cats living in the surrounding countryside is common knowledge.
Baker said: "I am part of the build crew at Glastonbury. I was walking around the site when I spotted a large black animal running free across the field.
"At first I thought it was a dog, but then I realised its running movement was different. From the shape, I'm pretty sure it was a puma."
He added: "They're common knowledge among the long-term workers and generally harmless - either hiding or leaving when the crowds arrive.
"Glasto is so big, it is possible a big cat could go undetected while trapped inside."