Theroux insists he met the 'real Banksy'

Documentary maker Louis, who was in a VIP box watching QPR take on Fulham, recalls: “One of the people was a young artist. Nobody knows who he is.’ And I said: ‘I know who he is, we went to a QPR game together’.” The artist has gone on to win global fame, with works selling for £10million, his own post-apocalyptic theme park, Dismaland, and a hotel at the West Bank barrier. While starting up at the BBC, the documentary maker wanted to fully immerse himself in America's pornography industry, specifically the lesser known subculture of male performers. Louis discovered that in a business that mainly revolves around images of naked women, it's actually the men that have a far tougher job performing in front of the cameras.