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Love Island security alert as YouTuber breaks into villa before being dragged out

LOVE Island bosses were investigating a security breach after a creepy intruder broke into the villa as the contestants slept.

Bouncers spotted the raider in the garden of the TV set and were forced to pounce on him and drag him out of the building.

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Dozens of trespassers try and break into the villa each year – but this is said to be the first time a sneak has actually got into the set.

A video later emerged showing the creep recording himself crawling through part of the villa.

Youtube prankster Omer Majid filmed himself on a live broadcast in a corridor before he can be seen underneath a pair of bright fluorescent lights.

A voice can be heard shouting “you’re trespassing” before the trickster is dragged out.

He can then be seen walking down a pathway with lines of electric fairy lights visible behind him.

Majid, who has just 11,000 followers on YouTube posted a series of instagram stories that hinted at his presence on the island of Mallorca, home of the Love Island villa.

One instagram story from the YouTube star showed a hot air-balloon promoting Cala Ratjada, a fishing port on the northeastern side of the holiday island.

The villa is guarded by a team of security guards who are said to fend off would-be trespassers at least five times a day.

Ex-contestant Alex Miller previously said: “When I left, I chatted with the guys who looked after us.

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“They told me at least five people a day try to access that villa – but so far no one has got in.

“They’re clearly doing a good job! I was impressed.”

A spokesman said: "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."

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