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Well, that’s not the reason to jail him

TikToker Mizzy jailed as judge gives verdict on his pranks: ‘they’re not funny’

Funny videos do not get a pass that unfunny ones do not.

Social media star sentenced to 18 weeks detention for breaching court order prohibiting him from sharing videos without consent

Breaching a court order will get you jugged though. And rightly.

Mizzy being jugged is amusing tho’….

16 thoughts on “Well, that’s not the reason to jail him”

  1. I never have and will never watch anything this clown does, but I do hope he tries one of his hilarious pranks in the wrong place and gets seriously filled in. I would watch that.

  2. The first political candidate to promise the death penalty for social media influencers will have my 46 postal votes for life, insha’Allah.

  3. HE A GOOD BOY WHO GONNA TURN HIS LIFE AROUND (volume MMXXIII)

    In mitigation, Paul Lennon, O’Garro’s lawyer, said he was a “young man” and had shown a “lack of maturity”.

    O’Garro is completing a creative media production course at a sixth form college, and started a job as a waiter in a restaurant earlier this week, Mr Lennon said.
    “He is very academic and is predicted to achieve a distinction,” he added. “He is making attempts to better himself.”

    If that doesn’t work out, I’m sure he’ll become a star footballer or a rapper.

  4. O’Garro is completing a creative media production course at a sixth form college, and started a job as a waiter in a restaurant earlier this week, Mr Lennon (his defence lawyer) said.

    “He is very academic and is predicted to achieve a distinction,” he added. “He is making attempts to better himself.”
    Novel. No mention of his footballing talents. They’re usually obligatory in this sort of case.

  5. “He is very academic and is predicted to achieve a distinction,” he added. You don’t have to be very academic to do that; you have to be able to write your name on the front of the paper.

  6. Big Bubba, or his UK equivalent, will make sure he has a warm welcome. With the reported widespread availability of cellphones young O’Garro might soon be featuring in a different type of funny video.

  7. I mean, what he’s really being jugged for is showing up the police and judicial system as the bunch of contemptible fools that they are.

    Although, I’m sure he would have been jugged sooner if he’d been white.

    …and no, wandering into people’s houses and making yourself at home, or bicycling through the isles of Waitrose is not “funny” by any stretch of the imagination.

    You notice that he did these pranks on white people in predominantly safe, middle-class white areas, since this ensured that he wouldn’t be pulled up for his bullshit.

    Try that in the darker parts of Tottenham and see how long you last without someone clouting you into next week.

  8. @John Galt
    Wandering into other peoples homes is customary for Tottenhamites. Although not always in Tottenham.
    However I was amazed to discover there is indeed a Waitrose at Tottenham Hale! I presume it’s to serve Tottenham’s upwardly mobile, middle-class shoplifters.

  9. JG – You notice that he did these pranks on white people in predominantly safe, middle-class white areas, since this ensured that he wouldn’t be pulled up for his bullshit.

    There was a Russian guy on YouTube some years ago who used to play tricks on members of the African American community (America’s most valuable and productive citizens).

    Black people have the best reactions, everybody says so.

    Anyway, his prank videos usually ended with Ivan running away from the urban basketball court for his life while laughing manically/Slavically.

  10. The first political candidate to promise the death penalty for social media influencers . . .

    Seems a bit harsh for running, say, a landscape photography channel on YouTube, but since Ritchie would get caught up in the sweep maybe it’s worth it.

  11. You’d think that with a name of bacari bronze o’garro he’d want to not make a name for himself in the publics mind if he wanted long term employment. It’s not as if there can be more than one person with that name.
    I second Chris’s remarks about further education. I invigilate at the local fe college and am amazed at how thick some of them are.

  12. The really tragic outcome, for the taxpayer, is that this oxygen thief really will be unemployable, leaving him living on Universal Credit, thereby continuing to behave as he has been doing, and we will be paying for it.
    However, I second the thought of UK’s big Bubba, who is missing the love of his life, taking a shine to this twat. One can only hope.

  13. Penseivat – The really tragic outcome, for the taxpayer, is that this oxygen thief really will be unemployable

    I mean, look at him.

    This Bubba thing tho – narp, British jails aren’t like that. Non-optional homosexual prison experiences are mainly an American or possibly Turkish thing.

    Our prisons aren’t like that. I’m glad they’re not, there are many convicts who should be hanged for their crimes but there’s limited jurisprudential evidence to support state-funded arse rape.

    PJF – Better safe than sorry, eh? If it saves just one child from becoming a social media influencer themselves, it’ll all be worth it. Just like the lockdowns.

  14. ” Non-optional homosexual prison experiences are mainly an American or possibly Turkish thing.”

    Finally we get some useful advice from Steve’s life experiences.

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