TikTok ‘prankster’ Mizzy sets up new social media accounts hours after police video ban

Mizzy, real name Bacari-Bronze O'Garro, posted the new videos online Thursday, less than 24 hours after he was brought before the judges.  (Twitter)

Mizzy, real name Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, posted the new videos online Thursday, less than 24 hours after he was brought before the judges. (Twitter)

TikTok ‘threat’ Bacari Bronze O’Garro – better known by his nickname ‘Mizzy’ on social media – appears to have set up a series of new accounts despite being hit with social media restrictions and fined after a video of him walking into people houses without permission went viral.

The 18-year-old self-proclaimed prankster appeared in court on Wednesday and pleaded guilty to violating a community protection order on May 15.

He was fined £385 and given a Criminal Conduct Order which states that he must not directly or indirectly post the videos on social media without the documented consent of those depicted in the content.

However, just a day after being banned, Mizzy uploaded a series of videos to social media platforms that featured various pranks that he apparently filmed prior to the injunction.

A video posted on Mizzy's Twitter account on Thursday morning showed him riding on the roof of the London boss.  (Twitter)

A video posted on Mizzy’s Twitter account on Thursday morning showed him riding on the roof of the London boss. (Twitter)

The 18-year-old TikTok

The 18-year-old TikTok “prankster” also posted a video of him appearing to be riding a LimeBike by Sainsbury’s with the caption “Sainsbury’s protection is slow”. (Twitter)

In one reel, a “prankster” can be seen walking up to a stranger in the street and yelling in his face, in another video where he appears to look a bit younger, Mizzy films himself riding on top of a London bus.

In another video, Mizzy shared a video of himself riding his bike into a Sainsbury’s supermarket, commenting that store security was “slow” and clearly showed the faces of many shoppers on a roll.

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Appearing on Pier’s Morgan Uncensored on TalkTV on Wednesday after his appearance in court, Mizzy said he apologized to people for the viral home invasion video – but the interview quickly descended into chaoswhere Morgan called the social media personality “and an idiot” and a “moron”.

“It’s not crazy, it’s moronic,” said Morgan Mizzy. “It’s something anyone could do, and you do it for fun, you do it for clicks, and you get your little TikTok moment.”

'Mizzy', real name Bacari-Bronze O'Garro, was ticketed and fined by the Thames Magistrates.  Court on Wednesday.  (ANNUALLY)

‘Mizzy’, real name Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, was issued a criminal conduct order and fine at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday. (ANNUALLY)

Mizzy said he felt remorse for some of the jokes he had made, but told Morgan: “UK law is weak, simple as – and it’s not my fault.”

“I wouldn’t call it terrorizing, I’d call it more fun,” he said of his films. “But first let me get this over with, I’m sorry. You see this situation that blew up on the internet like going into random houses, the next day I apologized because I felt bad.

He appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday, where Mizzy’s lawyer said his client was not working or in education but was receiving Universal Credit instead.

The lawyer added that his client did it some legal content on social media, including playing games and discussing conspiracy theories.

The warrant issued to Mizzy also states that he is not allowed to trespass on private property and that he is not allowed to be at the Westfield Center in Stratford.

But while that doesn’t seem to stop him from uploading old videos to social media, he made a new video claiming his prank days were over.

“Just wanted to let you guys know I’m not a prankster anymore – I got everything I wanted from pranks”, he also said, describing himself as “Britain’s biggest prankster”.

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