A video of a dog dressed as a giant mutant spider was the most popular video on YouTube in 2014, the site has revealed.
As part of an annual run down, YouTube revealed the top 10 most popular videos on the site. While the mutant spider-dog won, there was a notable inclusion in the list of a video showing how the iPhone 6 Plus is susceptible to bending.
The problem of the bendy iPhone 6 Plus, dubbed 'bendgate' by some, dominated the headlines for a few days earlier this year after reports surfaced that the devices could become misshapen in certain circumstances. Apple denied this at the time, claiming that only a few handsets were affected.
Nonetheless, a video (below) demonstrating how this bending can occur - admittedly through brute force - racked up the views to almost 60 million. Be warned: if you're an Apple fan it's not a pleasant sight as the defenceless iPhone 6 Plus is mangled beyond recognition.
Still, while this is scary to some, there is little doubt that millions more were scared witless by the site of the giant mutant spider-dog that roamed the streets of South Africa, terrifying all who encountered the eight-legged canine-arachnid hybrid.
To date it's been watched 115 million times. See why below.
While these video view numbers are impressive, they are not a patch on everyone's favourite South Korean K-pop exponent, Psy, whose Gangnam Style video was viewed so many times that it actually broke the YouTube hit counter.
The video had been watched 2,147,483,647 times at the last count. This was the limit that YouTube's hit counter could handle. It has now amended this to a top limit of 9,223,372,036,854,775,808. That's nine quintillion.
If you want to add another one to the view counter, watch away below.
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