POLICE Scotland are probing a notorious Glasgow internet “pick-up artist” who has been accused of turning “consent and coercion into a game”.

The force revealed last night that they are investigating videos by Addy A-Game on his YouTube channel DWLF, where he offers training for men on how to “have sex with beautiful women.”

A-Game has been identified in local press as Adnan Ahmed from Uddingston.

The 30-something bills himself as a “game” coach, supposedly teaching men “tactics” for convincing women to sleep with them.

One Glasgow councillor said those tactics were “predatory”.

One of the most controversial services Ahmed teaches is on how to bypass “last minute resistance”, when a women does not consent to sex.

Secretly filmed videos show him and friends approaching unsuspecting women around Glasgow, including Buchanan Galleries and St Enoch Centre.

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One video on his channel, How To Deal With Harsh Blowouts And Cock Blocks, features another man trying to convince a 17-year-old schoolgirl to have sex with him.

After leaving the conversation because her male friend arrives, a DWLF member off camera says “you should have pulled your pants down”.

After the footage was first revealed by BBC Scotland’s The Social, SNP councillor Rhiannon Spear said it was evidence that rape culture was “systematically present within our society”.

“Think about how he talks about women. Think about how he talks about sex and what he thinks about consent. This is turning consent and coercion into a game. These guys are predators.”

Woman who said they had been harassed by Ahmed contacted Spear to share their story. “I literally told him I was 16 at the time and he still carried on talking to us,” one said.

Writing to the St Enoch Centre, the councillor said: “Are you aware this group of men are using your shopping centre to make unsolicited approaches to women whilst filming them without their permission? Could you make management/security aware?”

The mall gave her assurances that their security team will be alerted to the group.

A spokeswoman said: “We’ll ensure security and the wider Centre team are briefed on this matter.”

Kokomo nightclub have also reportedly been in touch with the councillor to say the men are banned indefinitely from both their venues.

Buchanan Galleries said: “We have passed this to our security team and will make all other members of staff aware.”

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A-Game defended his behaviour in the BBC Social report, saying: “The client base wants evidence of results as there are a lot of con men in the community. I don’t feel the game will ever go mainstream. It’s not for the politically correct.”

In a tweet, Police Scotland said they were “aware of the videos posted online, offering advice and guidance on how to ‘pick up’ the opposite sex, particularly young women”.

The force added: “This type of predatory behaviour is shameful and unacceptable and will undoubtedly cause significant fear and alarm. No-one should be subjected to this “We are investigating but our enquiries are at a very early stage. We would ask anyone with information regarding such individuals to contact us on 101.”