By Darren Boyle for MailOnline
Published: 10:45 GMT, 7 January 2020 | Updated: 13:01 GMT, 7 January 2020
A group of travellers are locked in a stand-off with supermarket bosses after setting up camp in a Lidl car park.
Shoppers and staff were left shocked after a convoy of five caravans moved onto the site in Yardley, Birmingham on Sunday.
The budget supermarket giant said it had called in bailiffs to evict the group but they still remain at the Coventry Road location today.
A group of travellers arrived at the Lidl supermarket in the Yardley area of Birmingham on Sunday and parked up before setting up camp
The supermarket said it is taking legal action to remove the travellers from the car park
Photographs show several vehicles with gas canisters attached taking up several parking spaces directly outside the store, which remains open.
Shopper Mark Flaherty, 43, of Sheldon, Birmingham, said: 'I came along to do our family shop for the week. I can't believe they have come to