- An 18-year-old teenager, Bacari-Bronze O’Garro from Hackney, London, was recently fined hundreds of pounds and issued a criminal behaviour order after trespassing into a stranger’s home to film a TikTok prank video. O’Garro appeared in court wearing a black hoodie and a face mask and admitted to failing to comply with a community protection notice. The prosecutor, Varinder Hayre, revealed that O’Garro entered the victim’s house on May 15, 2021, despite being issued a community protection notice that forbade him from entering private property. He then walked into the victim’s living room and sat on their sofa, even filming the entire incident for a trending TikTok craze about entering random houses. The victim and her husband asked him to leave, but he refused and caused the family a lot of distress. O’Garro was ordered to pay a fine of £200, a victim surcharge of £80, and costs of £85, amounting to £365. The judge also issued a two-year criminal behaviour order instructing O’Garro not to post videos on social media without the documented consent of the people featured, not to trespass into private properties, and not to visit the Westfield Centre in Stratford.
Teenage TikTok enthusiast receives fine for trespassing after pulling off a questionable prank in a stranger’s home.
- 26 May 2023
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