TAMPA, Fla. (WFLA) – Warning: This story mentions suicide and may interfere with some readers.
A mother warning parents to better monitor their kids' online activity after finding a disruptive video that seems to give children's instructions to hurt themselves.
Dr. Free Hess, a pediatrician and mother in Gainesville, posted the video on the PediMom.com blog after watching it on YouTube. Hess said the video has appeared twice on YouTube and YouTube children since July.
"Look at the comments, it had been a while, and people had even reported it eight months before," Hess told CBS News.  The instructions are in a 9-second clip that is split between the clips of the popular Nintendo game platform.
"Remember, kids, sideways for attention, long-distance for results. Stop it," says a man he pretends to cut forearm.
The man is identified as YouTuber Filthy Frank, who calls himself "the execution of everything a person should not be." He has over 6.2 million subscribers. CBS News reports that there is no evidence that Frank was involved in creating the documented video.
Hess notified YouTube of the video. The company said it violated the community guidelines and took it down.
A YouTube representative told the network that the company is working hard to ensure that YouTube is not being used to encourage dangerous behavior. "
" We rely on both user flagging and smart recognition technology to highlight this content for our reviewers, "Representative said." Every quarter we remove millions of videos and channels that violate our policies and we remove most of these videos before they have any impressions. We are always working to improve our systems and to remove violent content faster, and so we report our progress in the quarterly report and provide users with a dashboard showing the status of videos they have flagged to us. "
Hess said she made her mission to seek out such dangers after seeing higher suicide pressures in her emergency room in recent years. She told the network she has reported seven more disturbing videos on YouTube Kids since watching the video.  "I had to quit, but I could have gone," said Hess. "When you start looking at it, it gets darker and weirder. I don't understand how it gets caught. "
If you think of suicide or worried about someone who may be, call Norway's suicide prevention line at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) to get in touch with a local shelter. You can also write Crisis Text Line by sending messages 741741.