London: TikTok prankster ‘Mizzy’ charged by Metropolitan Police | UK News
A TikTok prankster is facing trial after a video circulated online showing people allegedly entering a stranger’s house without permission.
Bakary-Bronze O’Garro of Hackney, east London, was charged on Tuesday with failing to comply with a community protection notice.
Under the alias “Mizzy”, the 18-year-old gained popularity on the app through his pranks.
O’Garro of Manor Road will appear before Thames Magistrates’ Court in custody today.
In a statement, the Met confirmed that the allegation followed an investigation into social media footage.
Chief Detective Superintendent James Conway of the Central East Command Unit in charge of policing Hackney and Tower Hamlets said: “It is clear that this case has been widely commented on in the media and social media.
“Now that the man has been charged, I ask you to respect the legal process and let it run its course.”
The Community Protection Notice is intended to prevent a person 16 years of age or older from engaging in “unreasonable, persistent problems or annoyances that adversely affect the quality of life of the community” under the Anti-Social Behavior, Crime and Police Act of 2014.
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