Fans of the reality series are desperately trying to catch a glimpse of this year's campmates - by any means possible.
With the new home of the 'I'm A Celeb' series this year, it was a given that die-hard fans would naturally want to get in on the action by any means necessary. We're just surprised that it took a few days for this mayhem to unfold.
Due to ITV wishing to continue the 'I'm A Celeb' series this year, but unable to fly out all of the celebrities to Australia, the reality show switched it up by diverting from the sunny jungle to... Wales. Taking place in the Gwrych Castle in Abergele, the celebrities appearances in the north Welsh countryside have been causing a slight bit of havoc for producers.
According to reports, the police were called onto set this week. It turns out that people have been flying drones over the castle hoping to get some footage of the 12 campmates and presenters Ant and Dec. But they won't be able to for much longer.
North Wales Police have since issued a warning to those with drones, Tweeting: "We have engaged with a number of people flying or attempting to fly drones in the vicinity of Abergele and Gwrych Castle. Please remember to follow the Drone Code and do not fly within 150 metres of a built-up area."
We have engaged with a number of people flying or attempting to fly drones in the vicinity of Abergele and Gwrych Castle. Please remember to follow the Drone Code and do not fly within 150 metres of a built up area. pic.twitter.com/4OfFhGZwUU
— HGC Uned Drôn / NWP Drone Unit (@NWPDrones) November 18, 2020
Flight restrictions were also put in place during filming in the area surrounding the historical landmark until after the 'I'm A Celeb' final on December 4.
Ahead of tonight's new episode, ITV has teased what is to come for campmate Mo Farah, as he attempts the dark and delightful Fort Locks challenge.