A YouTube star who trespassed at the Big Brother house and climbed a rollercoaster at Thorpe Park has been banned from theme parks and TV studios across most of the country.
Ally Law, who has more than two million subscribers on the site, filmed as he climbed the Stealth ride in July 2017.
He and a friend also entered the Big Brother House unlawfully in January this year.
The 21-year-old, from Southampton, has been given an interim criminal behaviour order (CBO) which covers England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
It also bans him from areas of a bridge or building not open to the public, any commercial property outside business hours, and all properties owned by Merlin Entertainments.
On Twitter, Law said the CBO "stops me from doing basically ANYTHING…"
Other videos on Law's channel include him scaling various tall buildings without safety gear and sneaking into other attractions.
"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," said Inspector Nick Pinkerton from Surrey Police.
He said it had taken a year to get the CBO against Law.
The YouTuber could be arrested if he breaches the order and there is a potential five-year prison sentence if convicted.
Law will also be back in court in March over the Big Brother incident, telling his followers this week that he could face jail time.