By Cameron Charters For The Mail On Sunday
02:12 28 May 2023, updated 02:39 28 May 2023
- TikTok pest Mizzy stands accused of endangering safety after entering train cab
- In the 40-second video, he can be seen laughing and playing with the controls
- The 18-year-old remained in custody after appearing on three separate charges
A teenage TikTok pest behind a string of outrageous stunts is to face charges after allegedly interfering with the safety mechanism of a train.
The Mail on Sunday can reveal that Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, known as ‘Mizzy’ and notorious for posting footage of his so-called pranks online, stands accused of endangering safety after ‘entering a train driver’s cab and interfering with the controls and safety equipment’ in Stratford, East London.
In a 40-second video seen by the MoS, he is shown laughing in front of friends as he picks up a phone handset in the driver’s compartment and says: ‘Hello, can I call the police?’
The 18-year-old remained in custody last night after appearing on three separate charges at Thames Magistrates’ Court in Bow, East London, yesterday.
He has been kept behind bars as his fed-up mother refused to have him back home.
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His latest appearance before a magistrate came just three days after he appeared at the same court accused of barging into the £2 million property of a banker and interior designer in Dalston, East London.
Under the two-year Criminal Behaviour Order handed down as a result, he was banned from filming people without their consent.
But O’Garro is said to have breached the order later that day and was arrested on Friday.
Yesterday, prosecutor Rose Edwin accused him of displaying ‘disdain’ for the justice system.
She said: ‘The defendant has shown blatant disregard [for] complying with court orders.’
O’Garro pleaded not guilty to the charges. The judge remanded him in custody until his next court appearance on Tuesday.
Previously O’Garro has filmed himself stealing a pet dog, destroying library books and jumping into strangers’ cars.
Following his court appearance on Wednesday, he bragged about his antics during a TV interview with Piers Morgan, declaring: ‘UK laws are weak.’