A self-styled YouTuber prankster from Gravesend is face trespassing charges after an alleged pitch invasion during an England Test match.

Daniel Jarvis, 33, is said to have worn a cricket kit emblazoned with "Jarvo 69" on the back and collided with England batsman Jonny Bairstow at The Oval cricket ground.

The alleged incident during the fourth test against India last month on September 3, led to his arrest and being taken into custody before he was released on bail.

Jarvis will appear at Croydon Magistrates' Court on October 12, charged with aggravated trespassing.

Jarvis, who has a YouTube account with more than 160,000 subscribers, is known for playing pranks and public stunts.

His most successful video, that has has over 25 million views, involved him dressing as a soldier in the Queen's Guard.

He arranged for a friend to approach him and then instead of the usual soldier's stoicism, he showed immediate anger and retaliation when provoked.

An England and Wales Cricket Board spokesperson said today (Tues) after the charge was announced: “Any pitch invasion is completely unacceptable.

"The ECB and our host venues do not tolerate any such behaviour which risks the safety of players, officials and staff.

"The ECB works closely with all our venues to share information and enhance their security operation.”

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