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It's been re-uploaded to Vimeo and You Tube so many times that it's tough to tell how many times it's been viewed, but it's gone viral a few times over.

The footage in "Video Dating" is from 1987, FFF says, and features men basically delivering the video equivalent of a Tinder bio.

At the start of the video Meechan posted, he says: "My girlfriend is always ranting and raving about how cute and adorable her wee dog is so I thought I would turn him into the least cute thing I could think of which is a Nazi." But the procurator fiscal argued that they do not believe the video was intended to be a joke and that Meechan had "a particular audience in mind" when he uploaded it to You Tube.

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In a landmark ruling yesterday, Sheriff Derek O'Carroll found Mark Meechan guilty of a charge under the Communications Act of posting a video which was “anti-Semitic and racist in nature” and was "grossly offensive or of an indecent, obscene or menacing character".

But the court battle has attracted global attention ­­– in particular from right-wing media pundits including Alex Jones, Paul Joseph Watson, and even Canadian commentator Lauren Southern, who is said to have been banned from Sky News following an anti-immigration rant but travelled to North Lanarkshire to report on the perceived ridiculousness of Meechan’s situation.

A You Tube source said at the time that while it was recognised that many would find the video offensive, many videos on the site were, and it was a site that believed in freedom of expression.

The source said the intent of the video regardless of how ludicrous and unpleasant it is perceived was "clearly comedic".

He said Meechan knew the video was offensive as he said himself during his evidence that he "likes offensive comedy." The sheriff added: "He said he chose 'gas the Jews' as it was the most offensive phrase associated with the Nazis that he could think of. He said it was so extreme that it added to the comedy." He did not believe Meechan's defence that the video was made as a private joke to annoy his girlfriend, as he had "not taken any steps to prevent the video being shared publicly".

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