Shock moment thug branded 'Miss Mizzy' is caught punching strangers in random London attacks

5 April 2024, 10:34 | Updated: 5 April 2024, 12:41

A woman branded 'Miss Mizzy' was caught punching strangers in London
A woman branded 'Miss Mizzy' was caught punching strangers in London. Picture: Snapchat

By Emma Soteriou

A woman - who has been branded the 'female Mizzy' - was seen punching people in the face in a series of random attacks shared on Snapchat.

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One clip showed her hitting a woman in the face while she sat on her phone on a Bakerloo Line train.

She could be heard saying "don't look at me like that again" while looming over the victim.

"I swear to God, I will box you in your face," she added as other passengers scrambled to get away from her.

Another video showed the woman lashing out at a worker in a supermarket before running away.

She was heard telling the member of staff afterwards: "I swear to God, if you put hands on me I'll call the feds."

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Girl punches strangers around London in Snapchat footage

A third video, believed to include the same woman, showed a clash outside Westfield Stratford shopping centre.

A woman is seen pulling on her victim's hair before hitting the side of her head.

She continued to shout at the victim as she walked off, throwing two more punches from behind.

The clips appear to be part of a growing number of social media pranks that see people randomly attack victims and cause mayhem to build their engagement online.

TikToker Mizzy has become notorious over the past year for similar behaviour.

One stunt saw him and a band of followers storm a branch of Primark in Oxford Street, before throwing items onto the ground.

Other videos showed him entering a family’s home without permission, riding an e-bike through a Sainsbury’s and running off with an elderly woman’s dog.

He was sentenced to 18 weeks in a young offender institute at the end of last year after flouting an order to not share videos of people.

British Transport Police said in a statement: "British Transport Police officers are appealing for the victim or any witnesses to an assault on board a Bakerloo line train to contact them.

"A video has circulated online showing a person filming another individual punching commuters unprovoked on board a train."

Anyone who witnessed the incident has been urged to contact British Transport Police by texting 61016 or by calling 0800 40 50 40, quoting reference 590 of 04/04/2024.

Alternatively, contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

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