Stowaways found on singer’s bus near UK border

Amy Shark

Amy Shark

Amy Shark was en route from Brussels when the pair were found in the luggage compartment of the vehicle.

The 32-year-old, whose songs include I Said Hi, said they simply walked away while still in Belgium without saying a word after being found by her crew.

While on her European tour, Australian singer-songwriter Amy Shark has taken to Twitter to express her heartbreak after an incident during a travel leg.

"It's just a scary invasion of our private space but I'm just glad we found them before the border crossing", she said.

"No idea how they got in there or who they are or their plans".

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Amy Shark, whose song I Said Hi recently came in at number five on Triple J's Hottest 100, is now touring her Love Monster album through Europe.

The circumstances around how the duo entered or fled the tour bus have not been explained.

Shark, whose real name is Amy Louise Billings, has won three Aria awards - the Australian equivalent of the Grammys - for her 2018 album "Love Monster".

"I feel for them, a very risky way to chase a new life", she wrote. The musician is playing Birmingham on Tuesday, and is scheduled to play shows in London and Manchester this week.

The discovery comes a month after Home Secretary Sajid Javid declared a state of emergency over the number of migrants attempting to illegally enter the United Kingdom by the Channel.

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