Who is TikTok 'prankster' Mizzy? What is Mizzy's real name?

Who is TikTok ‘prankster’ Mizzy? Everything you need to know including his real name

  • Here is everything you need to know about the teenage TikTok prankster Mizzy 

TikTok prankster Mizzy has  appeared to post a video on a new social media account set up just hours after he was slapped on the wrist for staging a series of pranks.

His pranks have seen him come in for heavy criticisms, with people in disbelief at the acts he has posted online.  

But who exactly is Mizzy? What did he do? What is his real name?

Read on below for everything you need to know about TikTok prankster Mizzy.  

The 18-year-old leaves Thames Magistrates’ Court where he was charged with failing to comply with a community protection notice 

The 18-year-old posted a ‘prank’ video where he entered a private home without permission

Who is Mizzy? 

Mizzy, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, previously posted a number of videos online where he films himself attempting certain practical jokes. 

Previous stunts by O’Garro, 18, have seen him cycle into the back of a Sainsbury’s storeroom, which customers are forbidden to enter. 

He has also posted videos of the same ‘prank’ at branches of McDonald’s and  Greggs – filming himself as he walked into the staff areas at the back of the shops before posing.

Other pranks include him walking into unsuspecting people’s houses and taking hats off the top of strangers’ heads in the street. 

What did Mizzy do? 

Mizzy is the menace behind a series of spoofs including stealing a woman’s dog, ripping up library books and jumping into strangers’ cars. 

On the morning of Thursday May 25, he shared footage of himself on Twitter where he rides the top of a moving bus.

He has been heavily criticised for his actions – which resulted in his arrest by police – most notably in a recent interview with Piers Morgan on his Talk TV show. 

Speaking to Morgan, the prankster was asked: ‘What has been motivating you to terrorise the people around where you live?’

He replied: ‘I wouldn’t really call it terrorising, I’ll just call it more having fun.’

He said that ‘UK laws are weak, simple as’ when asked how he was able to get off so lightly with the bizarre stunts. 

Morgan then asked: ‘A lot of the stuff that you do could have consequences far more serious but you don’t care do you, as long as you get a laugh?’

O’Garro replied: ‘Of course I care… I have remorse.’ He then said he is his ‘own person’ and ‘I am legally an adult now so I can do what I want’.

Morgan ended the interview by saying: ‘You’re just a complete moron.’

In one of his videos he can be seen saying: ‘Walking into random houses, let’s go’

Is Mizzy banned from TikTok? 

He was said to have put a family ‘at risk’ by walking into their home pretending he was trying to find a study group, a court heard. 

The 18-year-old appeared at Thames Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday May 24 and admitted failing to comply with a community protection notice. 

He was fined £200 and will have to pay an £80 surcharge with £85 in prosecution costs.

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.

‘He went to the home address of the victim,’ she said.

‘The woman was cleaning the patio when he entered her home. Mr O’Garro walked into the property and walked down the stairs. He was stopped by the homeowner. Mr O’Garro went to the living room and sat on the sofa.

‘He was asked to leave multiple times by both the victim and her husband. He ignored their request and carried on walking in their home address. The following day it turned out that he had filmed the whole incident.

As part of another ‘prank’, the TikToker stole a woman’s dog who was sitting in the park

O’Garro, from Hackney, east London, was also issued with a two-year criminal behaviour order, which means he can never upload a video again without the permission of all those appearing in it.

Just minutes after leaving court, O’Garro created a new TikTok account and posted a video saying: ‘Hello world I’m back and I’m taking over this, yeah… The feds thought they can have me, but where am I? We outside every time.’ 

Discussing the prank where he walked into a random woman’s house, O’Garro said: ‘You see this situation that blew up on the internet walking into random houses, the next day I apologised to the woman because I felt bad.

‘That was more of a spur of the moment thing, I got spurred on and my ego got a hold of me. I realised that at that moment and that’s why I went to apologise the next day.’

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