Acquitted of trespassing in a Yellowstone thermal area, Pierce Brosnan finds himself in hot water

Pierce Brosnan, known for playing James Bond, is facing legal trouble for trespassing in a restricted thermal area at Yellowstone National Park. 

– The incident occurred at Mammoth Terraces on Nov. 1, leading to two federal citations issued on Tuesday.

– Brosnan, 70, is set for a court appearance on Jan. 23 in Yellowstone, responding to charges of violating park regulations.

– The actor's visit was personal, unrelated to film work, as confirmed by the U.S. Attorney's Office for Wyoming.

– Mammoth Terraces features mineral-encrusted hot springs, part of Yellowstone's numerous thermal attractions with boiling water.

– Venturing off designated paths in thermal areas poses danger, with visitors risking burns and legal consequences.

– Yellowstone officials declined to comment on the case, emphasising the importance of respecting park regulations.

– Besides his James Bond films, Brosnan is renowned for roles in "Remington Steele," "Mrs. Doubtfire," and "The Thomas Crown Affair."

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