Nick Joseph and Dan Rue are a couple of YouTube stars, best known for saying the words "Oh no baby! What is you doing?" ... Yeah, these are the sorts of people the kids are looking up to these days!
Anyway, last year, the pair filmed one of their "hilarious" videos while on a trip to Japan.
The video is basically a montage of various clips featuring the pair goofing around and dancing in public.
At one point, however, Rue appears to grab a random kid away from her mother and run away, staging a kidnapping.
Rue recently shared the video on Twitter, referencing Rush Hour in the process, a movie set in Hong Kong.
The video is pretty old now but, in the wake of the recent Logan Paul scandal, folks have dug it up and started attacking the duo over their antics, with many accusing them of child abuse and saying their stunt went way too far.
#Retweet if you think this is #childabuse. Help report each video below. This #YouTuber shows off snatching a little girl on a street while she screams for help. This is disgusting.https://t.co/cTBL0cvZTyhttps://t.co/EZISf8CddBhttps://t.co/mg3NSKDJRk https://t.co/6V5lv3oucQ
— Yoshi 🇯🇵⇨🇫🇮 (@yoshikosuge) January 9, 2018
I don't like bringing attention to this kind of content but
If you wanna be an annoying & obnoxious dickhead in public that's one thing, but don't be GRABBING little kids (while they're holding their parents hand especially, wtf) and RUNNING off with them
this shit is wack man fr https://t.co/CTkETpgaeG
— EROLD 2.0 (@eroldstory) January 10, 2018
He is a child predator and tried to kidnap a little girl in japan. We Japanese don’t have any tolerance to his behavior.
Pls help to report to @twitter
Not only #loganpaul , stupid YouTuber is here too! #usa https://t.co/PBwOQA8DJb
— nanatea (@nanatea) January 9, 2018
@twitter He is kidnapping. Please close and delete this account immediately.
— Koichi Kawakami (@koichi_kawakami) January 10, 2018