In a clear sign that global warming is here to stay, trainee chef Csaba Andok stripped off to sunbathe in Botley Road.

He soaked up the rays in a suntrap outside the Station Grill chicken diner next to Oxford station.

While the temperature was unseasonably warm today for November - about 10 degrees C - trainee chef Csaba Andok said it felt a lot warmer in the sunshine. 

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Originally from Hungary, the 34-year-old has been working in warehouses in Banbury and is currently staying in homeless accommodation in the Youth Hostel Association building next to Station Grill.

Oxford Mail:

He said: "I would like to find work as a chef but I am also looking forward to going home for Christmas to see my family.

"When I saw the sunshine I thought I would top up my tan from the summer - it definitely needs it.

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"Sunbathing cheers me up - it definitely makes me feel better."

Oxford Mail:

Passers by were stunned to see Mr Andok sitting in his pants on the steps of the diner at about 1pm.