Jarvo charged for breaching security and colliding with Jonny Bairstow

Daniel Jarvis, who invaded the ground several times during the England-India Test series, has been charged with trespass. He invaded the pitch at the Oval cricket ground and even collided with Jonny Bairstow.

He is quite famous on YouTube and his channel has more than 160,000 subscribers. Jarvo 69 became famous during the Test series but it also made fans angry as they didn’t like his behaviour.

He first entered the ground at Lord’s and followed the practice at Leeds. Following his second breach, he was banned from the Headingley Cricket Ground for life. During the fourth Test at the Oval, he ran past Umesh Yadav and then bumped into Bairstow for which he has been charged according to Telegraph and Argus.

Jarvo was arrested by police “on suspicion of assault.”

“A man has been arrested on suspicion of assault following an incident at the Oval Cricket Ground on Friday, September 3. He remains in custody at a south London police station,” a Metropolitan Police statement read.