A TikTok ‘prankster’ has been arrested by police for allegedly ‘breaching a court order’ just days after the teenager appeared in court for filming himself entering a young family’s home without permission.
Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, 18, who goes name of Mizzy, shot to notoriety in recent weeks after videos posted on social media emerged appearing to show him carrying out various ‘pranks’, including entering a random house with a young family inside, pretending to steal an elderly woman’s dog and jumping on a Jewish man.
After a video was posted on Twitter today appearing to show O’Garro being detained, a spokesman for the Met Police told MailOnline: “On Friday, 26 May, officers arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of breach of a Criminal Behaviour Order. He has been taken into custody. Enquiries are ongoing.”
O’Garro had appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday where he admitted to one count of failing to comply with a community protection notice.
At court Judge Charlotte Crangle issued O’Garro with a two-year criminal behaviour order. The order included that O’Garro must not directly or indirectly post videos on to social media without the documented consent of the people featured in the content, that he must not trespass into private property, and that he must not attend the Westfield Centre in Stratford.
She also ordered O’Garro to pay a fine of £200, as well as a victim surcharge of £80 and costs of £85 – totalling £365.
Varinder Hayre, prosecuting, told the court that O’Garro was issued with a community protection notice on May 11 last year, and that two of its conditions were that he not trespass on to private property. Ms Hayre said that he then breached that notice by entering a home on May 15 this year.
Lee Sergent, in mitigation, said that O’Garro had apologised to the family. He said that his client was raised by a single parent and had a difficult upbringing.
Speaking on Piers Morgan Uncensored on TalkTV this week, the teenager said: “I wouldn’t call it terrorising, I would more call it having fun.
“But let me get this out of the way first, I apologise. You see this situation that blew up on the internet, like walking into random houses, the next day I apologised because I felt bad.”
Among other unsavoury videos posted fesaturing O’Garro, there was also footage of him walking up to women and men and asking them if they ‘want to die’, and in other incidents O’Garro seemingly tries to get into peoples’ cars pretending he thinks they are un Uber driver.