A British TikToker who has become famous for his extreme pranks is in custody for allegedly violating a court order that prohibited him from posting videos of people without their consent, according to London’s Metropolitan Police.

Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, 18, known as «Mizzy» on social media, was charged Friday with three counts of violating a criminal warrant, the Metropolitan Police confirmed in an email to NBC News on Monday.

O’Garro pleaded not guilty to the charges at Thames Magistrates Court on Saturday, according to the Metropolitan Police and The Guardian.

O’Garro could not be reached for comment Monday.

O’Garro is one of several internet creators who have used pranks to amass a sizable following, with some creators pushing the legal limits with increasingly outlandish stunts. O’Garro’s pranks have included stealing an old woman’s dog (O’Garro later gave it back to her) and tampering with the controls of a train, among others.

O’Garro was served with a criminal conduct warrant on Wednesday for a video he made in which he entered a family’s home without their consent, which took place on May 15, according to a Press release of the Metropolitan Police. The family was home at the time, and O’Garro recorded the encounter and later posted it to his TikTok account.

At that hearing, O’Garro pleaded guilty to violating a community protection notice he received in May 2022. Judge Charlotte Crangle issued a two-year criminal conduct order, which prohibited O’Garro from posting videos without the consent of the filmed ones She also barred him from Westfield Stratford City, a shopping center in Stratford, East London, and fined him £365.

O’Garro allegedly violated the criminal conduct order the day after it was issued, leading to his arrest on Friday.

Prosecutors say he twice violated his criminal behavior order by posting a video of people without their consent. The Guardian informed. A third violation stems from O’Garro’s alleged visit to Westfield Stratford City.

A video of O’Garro’s arrest shows him hugging friends before police take him away.

O’Garro’s next court appearance is scheduled for Tuesday.

«Some people have referred to these videos as ‘jokes,’ but I hope this result shows how seriously we have been taking this investigation, and the understandable public alarm, ever since this video began circulating online,» the chief superintendent said. Detective James Conway of the East Central Command Unit said in a statement.