Three brothers who make viral prank videos have angered Australia's Muslim community with their latest clip, which shows a fake public beheading.
Max, Rebeen, and Arman Jalal having been making videos for the past 12 months, many of which focus on Muslim identity. In February this year, the Jalals were arrested by counterterrorism police following a video that showed them pointing fake AK-47s at people.
The "Public Execution Prank" video at the centre of the most recent backlash was uploaded earlier this week, and has so far been viewed more than 8.8 million times.
In the video, a hooded man is "beheaded" by another man as pedestrians walk past.
The pedestrians are then chased down the street.
The video has been shared more than 120,000 times and has racked up thousands of comments, many of which criticise the Jalals' latest video trend and slam the brothers for making Islam look like it "is all about violence".