A Yorkshire couple have turned a Ford Focus car into a shelter after becoming "homeless".
The pair have been parked up in a seaside town for over a month where they've been living, eating and sleeping.
The parents-of-two say they have been begging on the streets for money, and opening their car door to go to the toilet.
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Jade Wass and Jud Lennon Day, from Middlesbrough, left their supported accommodation in Birmingham, ending their tenancy.
They â€œupped and movedâ€ to Redcar, expecting to be housed but it appears there has been a mix-up with council accommodation, reports Teesside Live.
Whether their tenancy with Birmingham Council is still ongoing isn't clear, the couple say â€œa referral has been sentâ€ to Middlesbrough Council.
The mum and dad-of-two made the three-hour drive back to Middlesbrough in September and have been homeless since.
Each night, the pair park their Ford Focus on Redcar seafront and recline their seats back to make a bed for the evening.
Jade, 26, said: â€œWe haven't had access to water to have a wash, or go to the toilet, or nothing. We have human rights.
"We are vulnerable and have mental health problems. We have to open the car door and go to the toilet outside.
â€œWeâ€™ve got no shower so are just getting changed and not washed.â€
The couple also told how they have had to go in the sea to get washed despite the "freezing" temperatures.
Jade and Jud have two children, aged six and three, who live with Jadeâ€™s parents.
They previously lived in North Ormesby, in properties provided by Middlesbrough Council.
Jud said: â€œWeâ€™re having to s*** and p*** outside, weâ€™ve got no facility to water, no facility to a toilet or a fridge to keep our food fresh.
â€œWeâ€™re having to eat meat thatâ€™s been in the heat in the car and itâ€™s been tasting horrible.â€
The pair say that they have â€œhad to sell things to get foodâ€ and have been handed leftovers by businesses.
Theyâ€™ve â€œrationed outâ€ food by sometimes only eating one sandwich per day.
â€œSometimes we havenâ€™t been eating at all,â€ Jade said.
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Jud, 33, said that they have also resorted to begging on the streets for food, money and hot water.
The dad-of-two, who has â€œlived in Middlesbrough all his lifeâ€, told how he has been â€œdriving all overâ€ for the past four weeks.
Jade reported how he has been â€œdriving non-stop every dayâ€ which has caused â€œblisters" on his hands and feet.
Jud said: â€œIâ€™ve driven 1,000 miles in a week. We donâ€™t know what corner to turn next.â€
They claim they have spent between Â£20 and Â£30 in fuel each day.
Birmingham Council could not confirm if the accommodation is still available in the city.
"If they return to Birmingham our housing solutions service will assess their circumstances and determine in what way they may be assisted," a council spokesman said.
Middlesbrough Council declined to comment.
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