A Wolverhampton man has been handed a community order after he filmed his dog in a microwave and made antisemitic comments about the Holocaust.
Stephen Lee Short, 32, made five videos where he filmed a woman placing a dog into a microwave and other kitchen appliances.
In one of the clips, Mr Short was understood to have made antisemitic comments about the Holocaust.
At Wolverhampton Magistrates Court in May, Mr Short pleaded guilty to sending an offensive message by public communication. He was given a twelve-month community order which included fifteen rehabilitation activity requirement days, an alcohol treatment requirement and a 21-day thinking skills programme.
The court also ordered Mr Short to undergo 200 hours of unpaid work which, considering the racial aspect to the offense, had been increased by 50 hours.
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