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A fiend who used YouTube to threaten to rape his three-year-old sister after a chilling rant against the Pope is being hunted by police after shocked internet users tracked him down to Ireland.
The shaven-headed Polish monster - posting as WandalRevenge, or Vandal Revenge - first emerged on March 9 with a YouTube video titled 'If the Pope CAN rape, so can I'.
In the video - quickly taken down by web censors - the man is seen raving: "Been in a trance. I've had an amazing idea. I think you'll all agree about the message of this film.
"I want a very big f**k. I’m overcome with desire...I only have my sisters. One is three-years-old, the other is six."
He continues: "I want the three-year-old. Thanks to her being so young, when she grows up she won’t remember if I raped her. These memories disappear. I wonder, if I wake her by force, take my sister with violent force...rape her helpless body...Is this normal?
"F**k yes, I think so. If the Pope can rape children then so can I.
"So, sister, beware of this f***ing. It could even be tonight."
Sickened internet users have studied the clip and later postings for clues to his identity and found one picture of a signpost to Limerick in Ireland.
One Tweet about the video says: "CSI Twitter, you know what to do."
Polish police are now understood to be seeking talks with police in Ireland over the video.
A Warsaw police spokesman said: "This man appears to be capable of anything. We are attempting to find him."
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