A man in Mexico is behind a YouTube video where he serves others with a bowl of chicken, while also serving others with his own bowl of soup
On Tuesday, Mexico’s government launched an investigation into the alleged abuse of YouTube channels, according to the Associated Press.
The channel “La Fiesta del Mundo” or “The Fiesta of the Mundos” serves men and women from across the country.
The video, which has been viewed over 30 million times, is part of the YouTube platform’s “YouTube-only” initiative, which allows users to share content only with those they own and that are verified as their owners.
The videos in question, which feature Mexican men drinking a bowlful of chicken and eating soup, have been viewed more than 15 million times.
In one video, a man appears to be serving a bowl full of soup to another man and his friends while eating another bowl of Chicken McNuggets.
“The problem is that we’re sharing videos that are not from the country of origin and are shared by foreigners,” the channel’s owner, Enrique Ochoa, told the AP.
“They’re not even from Mexico.”
The channel has over 3 million subscribers and has a following of more than 50,000 people, according the AP, which added that the videos have also been shared by “at least two other people from the United States.”
The investigation will look into whether the channels violated YouTube’s guidelines about videos that feature “harmful content.”
According to the report, the videos are not related to “illegal drugs,” and were posted on YouTube without a license.
The network has reportedly apologized for the content and said it is reviewing its policies and procedures.
The AP added that YouTube is working with law enforcement to “clarify” the issue.