A BRIT has revealed the five types of families you can always spot at a UK seaside resort.

Comedic influencer Joe Leggett said he’d just been on a trip to Great Yarmouth and had seen every example.

In a light-hearted clip which has racked up 30,000 likes, he said: “Here is a list of typical people / families that you are going to see in a seaside town on the beach.”

He said the first type is the one where the dad is “kicking off.”

Joe explained on his @joeleggett account: “He’s constantly shouting at the wife and kids.

“He’s definitely a bald fella, that’s for certain.

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“A Stella is potentially glued to the right hand.

“Kicking off because the kid asked for an ice cream.”

The next people to spot are the “couple taking it too far.”

Joe said: “Some of these couples will be getting off and rolling around in the sand.

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“It’s a public beach, get a room.”

The third UK seaside visitor is the “elderly couple that should definitely put on some more clothes.”

The TikToker explained: “The old man has always got something like Speedos on.

“I rate the confidence, there are kids about though.”

Another top site to witness is the “family with the screaming kid.”

He joked: “They’ve been brought to the beach, they’ve been in the sea, they’ve been in the arcade, they’ve been on the bouncy castle, they’ve probably been in the Pleasure Beach.

“They are still crying and moaning.”

And finally, you can always spot the family who have “dragged their eldest child who does not want to be there.”

He continued: “Like 15 or 16, you don’t want to be there at all because you are a little bit embarrassed in case you come across some friends from school.

“You are also not really old enough to say no.

“Kind of hovers at the back of the pack looking at your phone making sure no one recognises them.”

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People were quick to reply, with one adding: “the random dad digging a massive hole (my dad for no reason).”

Another wrote: “This is literally accurate.”

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