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Pierce Brosnan is in hot water, accused of trespassing in a Yellowstone thermal area

Pierce Brosnan has been in a sticky situation many times as an actor playing secret agent James Bond.

CHEYENNE, Wyo. — Pierce Brosnan, whose fictional character in the James Bond film has been in hot water on numerous occasions, is now facing the heat in real life, tasked with leaving the confines of a thermal area during a recent visit to Yellowstone National Park. .

Brosnan walked in a prohibited area at Mammoth Terraces in northern Yellowstone near the Wyoming-Montana line on Nov. 1, according to two federal citations released Tuesday.

Brosnan, 70, is scheduled to appear in court Jan. 23 in the courtroom of the world’s oldest national park. The Associated Press sent a request for comment to his Instagram account and emails to his agent and lawyer on Thursday.

Yellowstone officials declined to comment. Brosnan was in the park for a personal visit and not to work on a film, the U.S. attorney’s office in Wyoming said.

Mammoth Terraces is a picturesque spot of mineral-encrusted hot springs bubbling up the hillside. These are just a few of the park’s hundreds of thermal features, which range from gushing geysers to gurgling mud pots, with water at or near boiling point.

Going beyond the boundaries of these areas can be dangerous: Among the millions of people who visit Yellowstone each year, some are seriously burned by ignoring warnings not to stray from the trail.

Getting caught can also pose legal risks, with prison sentences, hefty fines and park bans routinely imposed on trespassers.

In addition to his four James Bond films, Brosnan starred in the 1980s television series “Remington Steele” and is known for his starring roles in the “Mrs. Doubtfire” and “The Thomas Crown Affair”.

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