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Police have been filmed arresting a woman at a London railway station after footage was shared of a violent thug branded the ‘female Mizzy‘ punching strangers seemingly for social media clout.

Officers in hi-vis clothing were filmed restraining a woman in a dark jacket and a grey hood at the edge of the concourse in London Victoria railway station, in video footage disseminated on Snapchat

The clip showed a woman being restrained by a police officer within the station.

The arrest came after an as-yet-unnamed twisted prankster was filmed seemingly clobbering innocent victims on the London Underground as well as in a supermarket, and on the steps outside the Westfield Stratford shopping centre.

The videos were reminiscent of those filmed by Mizzy, real name Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, who was locked up in a young offenders institute after flouting a social media ban imposed on him for ‘pranks’ such as breaking into strangers’ homes.

It’s a chilling return to the ‘happy slapping’ craze of the early 1990s that escalated from school playground high jinks to thugs slapping defenceless members of the public.

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Moment police arrest woman after ‘Miss Mizzy’ was caught going round London punching strangers in bid to make herself famous with ‘chaos for clout’ videos

Video footage was shared of a woman being arrested at London Victoria Station

 

The woman was seen being restrained by a police officer to the side of the station concourse

The woman was seen being restrained by a police officer to the side of the station concourse

The arrest came after video footage of a violent 'prankster' (right) punching a Co-op worker in the face (left) was shared on social media

The arrest came after video footage of a violent ‘prankster’ (right) punching a Co-op worker in the face (left) was shared on social media

In another, a prankster appears to smack a female commuter in the face on the London Underground (pictured is the victim, before the attack)

The woman is then seen clutching her nose after being punched

In another, a prankster appears to smack a female commuter in the face on the London Underground (pictured is the victim, before the attack, left, and holding her nose after it, right)

Another video, reportedly of the same woman as in the Co-op and Underground clips, shows her throwing several punches outside the Westfield Stratford shopping centre in east London

Another video, reportedly of the same woman as in the Co-op and Underground clips, shows her throwing several punches outside the Westfield Stratford shopping centre in east London

The fad reportedly started after Tango fizzy drinks ran an advert featuring a bright orange half-naked man running around and slapping people drinking the orange-flavoured soda.

The 1992 ad was almost immediately banned by the Independent Television Commission but was still accused of sparking the nationwide craze that led to a series of black eyes and perforated eardrums in schools around the country.

Earlier this week, multiple videos shared on social media showed a woman appearing to attack strangers without provocation. 

The woman is seen allegedly striking a woman in the face on a London Underground Bakerloo line train, goading her victim.

‘Don’t look at me like that again,’ the aggressive woman goads and she looms over her victim, who is innocently sitting down and looking at her phone.

Another woman filming the altercation appears to egg the ‘prankster’ on, saying ‘slap, slap’.

‘I swear to God, I will box you in your face,’ the woman continues, before then appearing to punch her victim in the nose.

‘You f***ing understand, you b****,’ she yells, before then attacking her shocked victim again while she screams, as panicked commuters scramble away from the mayhem.

In another outrageous clip, the female yob – this time wearing a white Nike hoodie – is seen attacking a shop worker in a Co-op store, punching him in the face before scuttling away.

After the unprovoked assault, she then has the audacity to tell the furious shop worker: ‘I swear to God, if you put hands on my I’ll call the feds (police).’

A third video, reportedly of the same woman, appears to show her attacking another female opposite the Stratford Shopping Centre, in north west London.

Wearing a red cap, black jacket and black mini shorts, the thug is seen yanking her victim’s hair before swinging a vicious right hook into the side of her head.

A man in the crowd watching the battering screams as the bully continues to press on with her attack.

Shouting at her victim as she walks away, the woman then throws two more hooks from behind.

A clip of the incident was shared on Snapchat, with the poster writing: ‘Samara behave ‘n’ stop picking on civs (civilians) it doesn’t look good.’

MailOnline has contacted British Transport Police for comment.

The videos are seemingly part of a sick 'chaos for clout' campaign on social media. Pictured is Mizzy, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O'Garro, who rose to notoriety last year for such videos before being locked up in a young offenders' institute

The videos are seemingly part of a sick ‘chaos for clout’ campaign on social media. Pictured is Mizzy, whose real name is Bacari-Bronze O’Garro, who rose to notoriety last year for such videos before being locked up in a young offenders’ institute 

Mizzy, pictured at Stratford Magistrates' Court, was told by Judge Matthew Bone that his pranks were 'not funny'

Mizzy, pictured at Stratford Magistrates’ Court, was told by Judge Matthew Bone that his pranks were ‘not funny’

O'Garro has also previously shared a clip of himself cycling inside a Sainsbury's  supermarket after he was given the criminal behaviour order

O’Garro has also previously shared a clip of himself cycling inside a Sainsbury’s  supermarket after he was given the criminal behaviour order

The footage appears to be the latest in a string of social media ‘clout’ pranks, with sees people attacking victims or causing mayhem in shops for views and likes. 

Mizzy was among those blasted for such videos – he was locked up for 18 weeks in a young offenders institution after violating court orders which banned him from sharing videos of people on social media without their consent.

He was found to have ‘deliberately and intentionally’ flouted the order hours after it had been imposed leading to his internment in the institution due to the age at which he committed the offence.

During sentencing, judge Matthew Bone told him that his pranks had been motivated by a desire to be famous, but caused ‘significant harm and distress’ to others. The judge concluded: ‘Put bluntly, your pranks are not funny.’ 

As he sentenced him, Judge Bone said O’Garro’s actions had been motivated by a desire to ‘receive money and designer clothes from sponsors’.

Earlier this year, Mizzy issued an apology for his ‘wild and reckless’ stunts upon his release from a young offenders’ institute.

In comments reported by the Standard, he told London Live that he had learned a lot during his six weeks under confinement, including empathy for those he had harassed for social media clout.

He said: ‘When I watched the [videos] back, I’ve been like ‘oh that’s not very nice is it?’ I’ve learnt a lot, but mainly to be empathetic.

‘If I had empathy from the start, then none of this would really have happened. I would have been like ‘this is bad, what am I doing?”

Asked what he would say to those who were upset by his pranks, he added: ‘I’d say sorry, first of all. Sorry – I didn’t mean for it to get out of hand.’

Mizzy has a criminal behaviour order (CBO) banning him from sharing videos on social media. Major platforms have also banned him from posting.

He says he plans to use that time productively by attending college, applying for jobs and taking drama classes in order to build a respectable career. 



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