The chance of seeing Poldark star Aidan Turner in the flesh is proving too much for fans in Cornwall - and for the cast and crew filming the hit BBC drama series.
Production on the second series has been disrupted by hordes of fans eager to catch a glimpse of the actor who proved a hit with fans as the rugged Ross Poldark.
According to reports, fans keen to photograph Turner and co-star Eleanor Tomlinson refused to move out of the way during filming and repeatedly used flash photography.
Production on series two started earlier this month in Charlestown and Bodmin Moor.
Sadly some people watching #poldark filming are getting in shot and when asked politely to move they are refusing. How sad is that!!— Bodmin Moor Commons (@bodminmoor1) September 17, 2015
Congratulations to the paps for totally disrupting the filming of Poldark today disgusting— Suezan M Elliott (@SuezanMaryie) September 14, 2015
Simon Williams, manager of the Harbourside Inn in Charleston, said the production team had helped trade in the local village, but was disappointed by people disrupting filming.
“Unfortunately a lot of people have been watching and taking pictures while filming and using flashes which I know has halted filming,” he told The Telegraph.
Turner, 32, will reprise his role as Captain Ross, while Tomlinson, 23, will returns as his servant-girl-turned-wife Demelza.
Actress Gabriella Wilde will join the cast as a new addition, playing a “beautiful and manipulative heiress”.
Plot details about series two are being kept under wraps, but the BBC has confirmed the extended series will run for ten episodes - giving fans the opportunity to see even more of Turner.Reuse content