I’m A Celeb set snapped by intruders after they wander around camp ‘for 90 minutes’

An intruder to the I’m A Celeb camp has shared photos they were able to take on set after getting past the show’s multi-layer security system.

Two people claim they were able to wander around the Gwrych Castle camp and take photos of the campmates’ living quarters for about 90 minutes before they were discovered.

The pair took photos of the entire camp, including the sleeping quarters, courtyard and the dunny, which was empty due to the celebrities being evacuated due to Storm Arwen.

This is the second time a security breach has been reported at the site, after an intruder was caught near the camp last week.


Speaking to North Wales Live, one intruder, who wished to remain anonymous, claims they were removed from the set after managing to get past the programme’s six-tier security system.

They said: "I was unaware the celebs had been evacuated at the time we managed to get into the castle as I don't follow the show or the news on it, but was aware the weather had been bad on the night before due to the storm so didn't know what to expect.


"I'm slightly glad the celebs were not on set as I believe If we had managed to come into contact it could have forced the whole show off air as it would have breached the programme’s Covid bubble.

"Despite this, we remained on site for at least 90 minutes before actually getting spotted by any security but this was after we had explored the entirety of the campmates' quarters."



The intruders managed to get past multiple security systems positioned around the site’s perimeters, which included several layers of high fencing, multiple patrolling guards and checkpoints where ID must be shown.

They also got past this year's additional security measure – Armadillo robots – which have sensors designed to detect and spook intruders with deafening alarms, blinding lights, and a camera.

A show source said: "This was such irresponsible behaviour to put themselves and the security team in during the storm.



"They were trespassing on private property and creating unnecessary risks."

Speaking about this latest trespassing incident, a spokesperson for the show said: "A security breach was identified during Storm Arwen and intruders were removed from the location with immediate effect.

"The safety of both our celebrities and our production crew remains our primary concern.”

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