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Discoboy Lee Marshall and Trollstation's Daniel Jarvis film antics at Gravity trampoline park at Bluewater

By Ed McConnell

Two pranksters had a whale of a time after sneaking into a trampoline park at night.

Infamous internet jokers Daniel Jarvis, of Gravesend, and Lee Marshall, also known as Discoboy, got inside Gravity at Bluewater for an 'overnight challenge'.

After an unsuccessful attempt to hide under a table inside the venue until it closed, the pair crept through an open back door.

Discoboy bounces around the trampoline park. YouTube: Discoboy
The pair crept in through open back doors. YouTube: Discoboy

Mr Marshall then donned his distinctive Discoboy attire — consisting of pants, a hi-visibility jacket, sunglasses and a trapper hat — and proceeded to leap around the empty hall.

He was joined by friend and fellow prankster Mr Jarvis — who has previously been jailed for his part in an art heist stunt for YouTube channel Trollstation.

Daniel Jarvis and Lee Marshall at Gravity. YouTube: Discoboy
Police and security turn up after several minutes.YouTube: Discoboy

But their fun was cut short when security and police interrupted the after-hours antics.

Mr Marshall addresses viewers towards the end of the 19-minute clip and informs them the police presence was not what they wanted and that the prank was certainly not part of a publicity stunt for Gravity, which opened the previous week.

Police spokesman Jordan Bluer confirmed no arrests were made after the incident last week, and the pair left the centre when asked.

Bluewater has been approached for comment and both Mr Marshall and Mr Jarvis were unavailable when approached by KentOnline.

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