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Stadium break-in raises yet more security concerns


Filed: Monday, 3rd October 2016
By: Staff Writer


Fresh security concerns have been raised after a group of YouTubers broke into the Olympic Stadium during the night.

In the following video, a group of young Londonders who call themselves Night Scape can be seen breaking into the stadium during the night. Once inside, they group managhed to climb upon the 200million roof and run across the pitch, before sitting in Slaven Bilic's dugout seat.





The ease at which they were able to access the stadium has raised yet more concerns about stadium operators LS185's ability to effectively police the 60,000-capacity arena, which has been plagued by problems since West Ham moved to Stratdford during the summer.





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