A London teenager who entered a stranger’s house to make a TikTok prank video has been arrested, two days after appearing in court.
Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, better known as Mizzy, was arrested Friday morning by an undercover officer for allegedly violating a criminal behavior order.
On Wednesday, the 18-year-old admitted breaching a community protection notice during the May 15 trespass in Hackney.
O’Garro’s prank videos have seen him become notorious in recent days.
In the latest arrest, the Metropolitan Police officer can be seen handcuffing the teenager and telling him he allegedly uploaded two videos to social media – an apparent breach of the terms of the behavior order issued to him imposed on Wednesday.
On Thursday, O’Garro was interviewed by Talk TV host Piers Morgan, with their nasty exchange widely shared on social media.
Morgan chastised the teenager for his pranks, including harassing train passengers and getting into a man’s car pretending it was his Uber.
On Wednesday, Thames Magistrates’ Court heard how O’Garro, from Stoke Newington, northeast London, was given a community protection notice last May, on the condition that he must not trespass on any property private.
Entering the house without permission to film his TikTok prank violated this condition. The court heard how O’Garro entered the property, walked down the stairs, sat down on a couch and said “is that where the study group is?”
Judge Charlotte Crangle fined him over £300 and made it a condition of the teenager’s criminal behavior order that he must not directly or indirectly post videos on social media without documented consent people featured in the content.
A Metropolitan Police spokesperson said: “On Friday May 26, officers arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of breaching a criminal behavior order.
“He has been taken into custody. Investigations are ongoing.”
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