YouTube has has shut down two channels offering 'pick-up" advice after a BBC Scotland investigation.

The video-streaming giant de-activated accounts linked to Addy A-Game and Street Attraction because the broke rules about sexual content.

Last month Adnan Ahmed - who hosted Addy A-Game  - was convicted of threatening and abusive behaviour towards young women.

YouTube said: "YouTube strictly prohibits explicit sexual, graphic or harassing content. Nothing is more important than protecting the safety of our community, and we will continue to review and refine our policies in this area."

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Police investigated Ahmed after a BBC Social clip of his exploits went viral on social media.

BBC Scotland's Disclosure investigation team will tonight expose the cottage industry in which men like Ahmed try make money on YouTube showing tips for getting girls to sleep with them. The videos contained audio of them having sex.

Street Attraction's founder Eddie Hitchens told the BBC that his site helpe men and women.

He said: "We actually help men…so if anything we help prevent rape culture to help prevent them get involved in anything illegal or non-consensual."

The Seduction Game airs tonight on BBC 1 at 8.30pm