British TikTok 'prankster' arrested after filming himself walking into strangers' homes, threatening women

A TikToker, whose video shows him walking into a stranger’s home uninvited, has apparently defended his actions after politicians condemned the behavior as “abhorrent” and “criminal.”

Bacari Ogarro, known as Mizzy, posted a video of himself walking into a London home as a so-called “prank” two weeks ago, and it was soon met with people calling for his arrest, per The Independent.

This is not the first time that Mizzy has drawn the attention of the authorities. It was previously reported that the young content creator was arrested for apparently harassing Jewish people.

He has claimed that part of the reason why his videos have garnered negative attention is because he is black, though there is no evidence to support this wild assertion.

Oli London recently posted a police report on Twitter, saying: “The Metropolitan Police have released a statement regarding the arrest of TikToker Mizzy. The statement confirms the arrest: ‘An 18-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of causing a public nuisance and is currently in police custody.’”

The most incriminating video appears to show Mizzy entering someone's London home without permission, saying: “Walking into random houses, let’s go.”

He then walks into the home with a group of friends, bypassing a startled woman on the patio. Once he is inside the home, he lounges on the sofa before being told by a man to leave, with a child in the background saying “daddy.”



However, Mizzy recently posted a video that shows him approaching two women at night in a train station, touching their hair, and asking if they would like to die. It is still unclear if this recent action has been taken into account with his recent arrest.

The Independent reported that Mizzy had apparently sought a career path in year 8 or 9, after he was kicked out of school three times. It noted that when Mizzy realized that the more he “upped the ante,” he would garner more online attention, which is why he continued.

Mizzy reportedly said: “Controversy, even though it’s not good, is the best way to blow up on social media.” 

“I always know outrage is going to happen. I know exactly what I’m doing and the consequences of my actions.” 

He added: “I tell people not to reciprocate what I’ve done.”

However, Mizzy is somehow under the impression that it is the color of his skin that has produced such backlash, saying: “I’m a black male doing these things and that’s why there’s such an uproar on the internet.”

He concluded: “I don’t fake my pranks, but I always make sure to sort out the situation after if I feel like I went too overboard, but none of my pranks have malicious intentions behind them and most of the people in the pranks acknowledge that after I speak to them.”


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