A SOUTHAMPTON YouTuber who trespassed in the Big Brother House and Thorpe Park, where he climbed a rollercoaster, has been banned from TV studios and theme parks across much of the country.

Ally Law scaled the 205ft (62.5m) Stealth ride in July last year with a camera, and in January this year unlawfully entered the Big Brother House with a friend.

The 21-year-old, of Hepworth Close, has been given an interim criminal behaviour order (CBO) which applies across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

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The order bans him from entering any film or TV studio, areas of a bridge or building not open to the public, any commercial property outside business hours, and any property owned by Merlin Entertainments.

Ally Law and BMX rider Ryan Taylor at the Oasis. Picture: ALLY LAW/YOUTUBEAlly Law and BMX rider Ryan Taylor at the Oasis. Picture: ALLY LAW/YOUTUBE

He is also banned from inciting others to do so and from posting on social media or sharing footage or photographs of any production in any studio in England, Northern Ireland or Wales.

As previously reported, an earlier St Albans Magistrates Court hearing heard that after getting into the Big Brother house, concerned contestants including dancer Wayne Sleep, actress Jess Impiazzi and Boyzone’s Shane Lynch alerted Channel 5 production staff.

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An emergency security protocol was put in place to protect the housemates and the audience, which in turn caused a significant amount of disruption.

The house was put on lockdown and window shutters were deployed. Police attended and both Law and Taylor were arrested.

An image from Ally Law's video of him climbing West Quay.An image from Ally Law's video of him climbing West Quay.

Law, a former Oasis Academy Mayfield pupil, rose to prominence after videoing himself scaling Dumbleton Towers, Thornhill, in December 2015.

Earlier this year Law, who has also gotten into The Quays Swimming & Diving Complex overnight and St Mary's Stadium, was banned from Chelsea’s home ground Stamford Bridge as well as a number of other high profile destinations, including Alton Towers, after getting their buildings.

Law's YouTube channel has more than two million subscribers.

Ally Law on the St Mary's turfAlly Law on the St Mary's turf

Inspector Nick Pinkerton, from Surrey Police, said: "Ally Law has offended all over the country and we used evidence from all over in our application because we know that he has been causing numerous police forces issues for some time."

He criticised Law for "behaving so recklessly" and said he hoped the order, which had taken a year to put in place, would stop him "wasting valuable police resources in the future".

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Mr Pinkerton said the police efforts in this instance should set a precedent giving forces more powers, rather than companies having to rely on "spending thousands of pounds taking civil action against named urban explorers and taking out injunctions to try and protect their property".

Any breach of the conditions could see Law arrested and, if convicted, face a possible five-year jail sentence.

A full CBO hearing is due to be held at St Albans Magistrates' Court on March 5, next year.