Just when Mizzy thought he was out, they pulled him back in.
Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, the now-infamous UK TikTok prankster who was arrested for filming himself breaking into people’s homes, among other sick stunts, was booked again Friday for violating a court order.
Photos and videos showing the 18-year-old hellion being taken into custody in London are currently blowing up on Twitter.
“On Friday, 26 May, officers arrested an 18-year-old man on suspicion of breach of a criminal behavior order,” Metropolitan Police told the Daily Mail. “He has been taken into custody. Inquiries are ongoing.”
Footage posted to Mizzy’s Twitter account shows the troublemaking teen, clad in a green-and-yellow mesh tank top and black sweats, being handcuffed on the roof of a building in Southeast London.
This comes a day after he called UK laws “weak” during an inflammatory interview with New York Post columnist Piers Morgan on “Piers Morgan Uncensored.”
O’Garro was arrested for posting old and new clips to social media after being slapped with the aforementioned two-year criminal behavior order, which forbids him from posting without the consent of the subjects.
In one clip, uploaded to Twitter yesterday afternoon, the teenager bragged that his old vids had been “blowing up.”
“You guys are on social media giving me what I want, you’re commenting on these videos, you’re engaging, you’re posting me more, sharing me everywhere,” he declared.
The clips include a reference to the aforementioned breaking-and-entering prank, with a friend saying, “Everyone who’s calling for the Metropolitan Police to get involved, you’re just bugging … We’re gonna be doing what we’re doing.”
This infraction comes after O’Garro was slapped with a $400 fine over the now-infamous gag in which he and his friends entered a London family’s home without their permission.
In the TikTok clip, which has since been deleted, a group of men can be seen brazenly strolling into a house occupied by a family with young kids.
After getting confronted by the male homeowner, named James, they pretend they had mistaken their house for their “study group” before proceeding to the living room and plopping down on the couch, making themselves at home.
They finally depart the domicile after the owner tells them he’s got kids and directs them toward the door.
A TikTok representative confirmed to The Post that “the content was previously removed from the platform, and would violate our Community Guidelines.”
Following a major online outcry, Mizzy was finally arrested and charged with violating a community protection notice he’d been issued last year. It stipulated that he shouldn’t trespass on private property.
Unfortunately, the trespassing challenge is far from the only dangerous game the prankster has participated in. The London native has also filmed himself stealing someone’s dog, jumping over Orthodox Jewish people in leapfrog style, ripping up library books and even appearing to threaten strangers’ lives in jest, the Mirror reported.
Despite the fiendish behavior, O’Garro didn’t seem to feel too bad about his actions.
During his appearance on “Piers Morgan Uncensored,” he called the backlash to his stunts a bit silly as “people are getting hurt over something that didn’t happen to them.”
When asked point blank if he felt “remorse” for his actions, Mizzy responded: “Of course I care, I have remorse. But I am legally an adult now, so I can do what I want.”
He also addressed the “trespassing challenge,” calling it a “spur-of-the-moment thing” that he committed after getting “egged on,” adding, “My ego got a hold of me.”
At one point, the teen even accused the broadcaster of picking on him because he’s black — a defense he used against prior critics of his trespassing prank.
“I don’t care about your skin color, Mizzy,” an appalled Morgan retorted. “I care about the fact that you’ve been terrorizing all these people for a sustained period of time.”