Police have caught a man camping near the UK's tallest waterfall during the coronavirus lockdown.

A Dyfed-Powys Police officer discovered the camper at Pistyll Rhaeadr near Llanrhaeadr-ym-Mochnant on Saturday.

The police force and Powys County Council have been warning people to stay away from beauty spots over the bank holiday weekend.

PC Colin Baker tweeted: "Don’t think I won’t climb to the top of Pistyll Rhaeadr to foil your little camping adventures at the time of Covid 19 restrictions which are still in force in Wales. Fines issued to around 10 persons today from afar as Liverpool and London!"

More than 100 vehicles were stopped on Saturday, May 23, and the drivers of four of these were fined for contravening coronavirus rules.

These drivers were in the area specifically to visit the waterfalls, and had travelled from London, Derby, Liverpool and Wrexham.