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TikTok prankster Mizzy arrested again after posting new videos


A TikTok prankster has been arrested less than 48 hours after being fined for violating a court order.

Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, 18, also known as Mizzy, pleaded guilty to breaching a community protection order at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday after entering a stranger’s property on May 15.

The teenager was ordered to pay £365, including an £80 victim’s fee and £85 costs. He was also given a two-year criminal conduct warrant.

On Friday morning, a Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “On Friday 26 May, officers arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of breaching a criminal conduct warrant.

“He has been taken into custody. Investigations are ongoing.”

Wearing a green and yellow vest and black sweatpants, video of the arrest was uploaded to O’Garro’s Twitter account, showing him being held by a plainclothes officer on what appeared to be the roof of a building.

On Wednesday, Judge Charlotte Crangle had ordered that O’Garro not directly or indirectly post videos on social media without the documented consent of the people featured in the content, that he must not infringe on private property, and that he must not to attend. Westfield Center in Stratford.

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However, on Thursday morning, O’Garro posted several videos, including one of him riding an e-bike through a busy Sainsbury’s supermarket.

He enters the warehouse at the back of the store before guards ask him to leave. As he exits the store, he narrowly avoids a woman with a pram.

Another clip posted on Thursday shows him clinging to the top of a single-decker bus.

In a separate video explaining his actions, O’Garro appears to claim that the latest videos are all old and were filmed months earlier.

However, the terms of his court order suggest that uploading the clips without the consent of the people in the video would be a violation regardless of when they were filmed.

Just minutes after leaving court on Wednesday, O’Garro also posted a video saying, “Hello world, I’m back and I’m taking over this.”

During a Talk TV interview with Morgan hours after appearing in court, O’Garro was accused by the broadcaster of “playing the race card”.

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When asked about his background, O’Garro responded, “Are you trying to get a hold of me because I’m black?”

Mr. Morgan replied, “I don’t care about the color of your skin. I just think you’re an idiot.”

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