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‘Going to hell for laughing’: British man’s TikTok video about Holocaust victims’ tattoos makes jaws drop

‘Going to hell for laughing’: British man’s TikTok video about Holocaust victims’ tattoos makes jaws drop

An argument is mounting as a TikTok video apparently poking enjoyable at how Nazis marked their victims at loss of life camps with tattooed numbers obtained greater than 600,000 views.

The video was uploaded on April 28 and has now discovered its method into headlines, with the Jewish Chronicle calling it “overtly antisemitic” in a scathing report. It’s only a few seconds lengthy and reveals a “Jewish man” getting right into a taxi, the place the motive force asks him his identify. The passenger rolls up his sleeve “to examine” and the motive force delivers the punchline:

“No I don’t need your quantity,” he mouths in synch with the lyrics of the music ‘No Scrubs’ by TLC, which serves because the background for your entire video.

Judging by the feedback beneath the over-the-top joke, most viewers had been extra astonished by the place the writer dared to go along with it, fairly than being appalled by the subject. “Oh my god you cant [sic!] say that,” one commenter stated, including three smiley faces. “Jesus Christ am I going to hell extra as a result of I’m german and laughed,” stated one other one. “i despatched this to my jewish pal… i hope she nonetheless loves me after this,” yet one more response learn.

Different individuals clearly discovered the video deeply offensive. In accordance with the Jewish Chronicle, “quite a few complaints” in regards to the video have been despatched to TikTok, which apparently has didn’t act on them to date.

As accusations of anti-Semitism grew in quantity, the content material creator, a British man named Bradley Brooker, who performs each roles within the video, stated individuals shouldn’t learn an excessive amount of into the clip. “If you happen to learn by means of the feedback on the video there have been Jewish individuals discovering the humorous aspect to it. It’s not me hating a faith – it’s only a joke,” he posted on Monday.

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Brooker’s different movies observe the identical sample. They function him lip-syncing to fashionable songs and web memes, taking them out of context in humorous and generally darkish methods.

As an example, the music ‘She’s So Beautiful’ by the band Scouting for Women takes a darkish flip when Brooker places the lyrics: “A stunner, I need her, was she this match when she was 10 years youthful?” into the mouth of a creepy stalker character.

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