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Love Island bosses are investigating a security breach at the Majorcan villa that houses the contestants.
A bold YouTuber broke into the lavish pad to record footage in hopes of becoming a viral sensation.
The video captured from the security breach shows the vlogger, Omer Majid, recording himself crawling through the villa.
The live broadcast showed him in a corridor before he can be seen underneath a pair of bright fluorescent lights.
Love Island bosses are investigating a security breach at the Majorcan villa
A voice then was heard in the clip shouting “you’re trespassing” before the joker was dragged out of the mansion in Spain.
The villa is guarded by a team of security guards and it is said that they regularly send people away who are trying to get a glimpse inside the famous house.
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A Love Island spokesperson told The Mirror: "Last night a security breach was identified and an intruder was removed from the Villa with immediate effect. The safety of both our islanders and our production crew remains our primary concern.
"As part of our stringent COVID safety measures, the Villa area that was trespassed has been fully deep cleaned before being made accessible again to the islanders and crew."
Vlogger Omer Majid got into the villa
The villa is guarded by a team of security guards
The Mirror has contacted a rep from ITV for comment.
In 2018 former Love Island Alex Miller told how the Love Island villa is under constant threat of a security breach with at least five attempted break-ins a day.
After leaving the villa, Alex said he was impressed by the security team keeping them safe.
"When I left, I chatted with the guys who looked after us," he told the Daily Star.
"They told me at least five people a day try to access that villa – but so far no one has got in."
He added at the time: "They're clearly doing a good job! I was impressed."
A show spokesman said two years ago: "There is round the clock, wide security coverage at the villa site and the islanders' protection and safety is our top priority."
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*Love Island airs tonight at 10 pm on ITV2