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NSFW YouTube has moved to protect kiddies from "potentially offensive" footage of a UK sawbones performing breast and testicular examinations, The Sun reports.

Two videos of Dr Chris Steele - as seen on ITV's This Morning and host of TheFamilyGP.com - have been rated "adults-only" lest wide-eyed innocents stumble across their graphic content.

TheFamilyGP.com posted the Live breast examination and Live testicular examination films in the hope they'd "help in the fight against cancer".

Dr Steele told El Reg: "These are videos that I have produced at my own expense to help educate the public. I know for a fact that people find this material very helpful, as they are often provided with minimal support information when they enquire about these procedures."

Well, Dr Steele's videos make no bones about providing all the support information you need, thanks to two very game volunteers:

Stills from Dr Chris Steel's YouTube videos

Given that YouTube is currently awash with footage of Mexican drug cartels blowing each others heads off, we can't help but feel the Google tentacle has rather more potentially-offensive footage to address. ®

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