I’ve seen a lot of his videos over the last few months or so, it started with the walking into shops, restaurants etc and going into the back rooms before he got caught.
There’s ‘pranks’ and then there’s what he’s doing. Just because you film something and call it a prank afterwards, doesn’t make it all okay.
The house intrusion, dog stealing, asking strangers if they want to dye (especially in the way he does and when he does it e.g. at night in a train station), getting into someone’s car continuously and then getting in their face when they tell you to go away, jumping on people from behind, going into library and ripping up a book in front of staff and then again getting confrontational when told to leave.
These aren’t pranks like knocking on someone’s door and running. He’s also 18. He tried to blame ‘peer pressure’ on doing the house one, what about the others?
He seems to specifically target individuals that he knows won’t challenge him, and with his cronies lingering around waiting for something to escalate I’m not surprised if someone on their own isn’t willing to give him it back.
He seems to have zero empathy which is quite worrying, he questions why people are getting so worked up by his ‘pranks’ despite them not happening to them…
I’ve already seen other young kids trying to replicate what he does on TikTok by going into shops trying to get into the staff only areas, something which he was doing a lot of before the house video.
When he did the Piers Morgan show the other day he basically said the UK law isn’t tough enough to prevent him doing what he does. Needs the book to be thrown at him IMO.