A section of the Great Wall of China has been left damaged after a group of visitors decided to light a fire to cook a meal on the world heritage site.
A member of the group reportedly used bricks to build a stove, before lighting a fire then pulling out a pot to cook some details for him and his pals.
The incident is said to have taken place at the Panlong Mountain section of the wall, leaving it charred and damaged.
Volunteers who patrol the wall to protect the UNESCO World Heritage Site said they found the charred spot on a routine walkthrough. Others have also reportedly been sent pictures of the group cooking a feast.