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International pop star finds two stowaways hiding in her tour bus

Pop star finds two stowaways hiding in her tour bus luggage space as she prepares to enter the UK after a performance in Belgium

  • Amy Shark, known for hit single ‘I Said Hi’, had performed in Belgium on Sunday 
  • In a Twitter post to her 24,000 follower, she described the incident as ‘scary’ 
  • It remains unclear how the stowaways got onto the bus or how they got off it

An international pop star claimed she found two stowaways hiding in her tour bus as she prepared to enter the UK from mainland Europe.

Amy Shark, who is best known in her native Australia with hit singles such as ‘I Said Hi’, said she found the incident ‘scary’.

In a Twitter post to her 24,000 followers following her performance in Belgium on Sunday, wrote: ‘Scary. We just found two people hiding in our tour bus, in the luggage carrier, trying to sneak across the border into the UK.

Amy Shark (pictured in front of a tour bus) had been performing in contential Europe and was going to make her way o the UK

Australian singer Amy Shark performs live on stage during a concert at the Festsaal Kreuzberg on January 17, 2019 in Berlin

Australian singer Amy Shark performs live on stage during a concert at the Festsaal Kreuzberg on January 17, 2019 in Berlin

‘No idea how they got in there or who they are or their plans. I didn’t think this stuff happened I’m so naive hey. Everyone’s ok though.’ 

It remains unclear how the pair entered or fled the bus. 

The 32-year-old – real name Amy Louise Billings – clarified her remarks after a backlash from some people that her situation did not compare with the plight of those attempting to smuggle themselves into the UK.

She added: ‘The situation is scary. I feel for them, a very dangerous way to chase a new life.

‘It’s heartbreaking but the bus is also my home when I’m on the road and I didn’t expect to find people hiding in it. Please don’t twist my words x’

Sharks is due to play in Manchester tonight before playing in London and Manchester.

There has been a spate of migrants crossing trying to cross to the UK from Europe, with many trying to navigate the Channel by boat.

Last week British and French authorities unveiled a new £6million action plan to stop illegal immigration.  

Home Secretary Sajid Javid and French interior minister Christophe Castaner vowed to increase joint co-operation after a rise in the number of migrants attempting to cross the ‘dangerous shipping lane’ in small boats.

Amy Shark tweeted about the incident, which took place after a performance in Belgium

Amy Shark tweeted about the incident, which took place after a performance in Belgium

Sharks is due to play in Manchester tonight before playing in London and Manchester. Pictured: performing in Berlin

Sharks is due to play in Manchester tonight before playing in London and Manchester. Pictured: performing in Berlin

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