Bank Holiday carnage on the Eurostar?

148000 to travel THIS WEEKEND amid …

GETTY The holiday getaway combined with problems at Calais could spell trouble for tens of thousands The high-speed rail service is anticipating 148,000 passengers as thousands of Britons prepare to getaway for the last Bank Holiday weekend of the year.

However, the high expectations come amid the ongoing migrant crisis in Calais – which has already left Eurostar and Eurotunnel passengers facing a series of agonising delays.

Just last week a Eurostar train was delayed after migrants trespassed inside the Channel Tunnel