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AN INTERNATIONAL manhunt is underway for a mum who vanished with her son after taking an "unexpected" flight, police said.

Lithuanian national Zivile Jokubonyte, 29, and her son Saliamonas are thought to have flown to Valencia, Spain, on August 31.

1Zivile Jokubonyte and her son, aged 2, are believed to have taken a flight to SpainCredit: PA:Press Association

Ms Jokubonyte lived with her son in Bridgwater, Somerset, and police have said she has not been in contact with her mother since September 4.

It is believed that the pair left on a Ryanair flight from Bristol Airport on August 31.

An Avon and Somerset Police spokeswoman said: "Officers believe she and her son travelled to Valencia on August 31 and are liaising with the Spanish authorities.

"Her departure is unexpected, and she has not been in touch with her mother since September 4, which is out of character."

The force is urging Ms Jokubonyte to either contact police or her mother to confirm they are both safe.

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The spokesman added: "Officers would like to hear from anyone who is in touch with Zivile and can help to confirm that she and Saliamonas are safe and well."

Ms Jokubonyte and her son are believed to have used the A2 airport bus service and caught the Ryanair flight FR4440.

Were you on the bus or that flight? Anyone with information is asked to call 101 quoting reference 5220204216.

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Mum left red-faced after accidentally ordering a VERY cheeky French Peppa Pig plate for her toddler

A MUM was left red-faced after the Peppa Pig plate she ordered for her toddler turned out to be much ruder than she had expected.

Maggy Van Eijk, an author and mum, shared a snap of the plastic plate that had arrived in the post on Twitter.

2Maggy Van Eijk was left red faced when she mistakenly ordered a French Peppa Pig plate printed with the word "groin"Credit: Twitter

What Maggy hadn’t realised was that she had accidentally purchased a French version of the melamine, which was printed with a rather unfortunate word.

Captioning her post she wrote: “My kid just unwrapped her new peppa dinner set and I accidentally ordered a French version and now it says groin groin groin all over the plates and cup ffs.”

Groin translates to “snout” in French, and when said with a French accent sounds very much like an "oink."

Her blunder left fellow Twitter users in hysterics with her tweet garnering almost 12,000 likes and thousands of comments from her tickled followers.

2Groin is actually the French equivalent to "oink"

Commenting one wrote: “Living in France at present I find this hilarious. A child’s first chance to understand there are many different languages !!!”

“This is such a Daddy Pig move” joked another, while a third wrote, “Sorry I should not laugh. But you have brightened up my day.”

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