Parts of a groyne next to Brighton Pier collapsed in the high seas and winds on Saturday afternoon (December 14).
A section of the Albion groyne near the Palace Pier has been damaged in the stormy weather.
Andy Gardner, who took photos of the incident, said: “Mother nature destroyed the end of Albion Groyne this afternoon by the Palace Pier.”
Brighton City Council confirmed parts of the Albion groyne near the Brighton Palace Pier have collapsed due to high seas and winds.
It said in a statement: “Please stay away from the groyne. Continuing stormy weather may lead to further masonry falling onto the beach.”