IN THE aftermath of famed Australian entertainer Rolf Harris being found guilty on a range of indecent assault charges overnight, a child-safety video featuring the now-convicted criminal has surfaced.
In the 1985 "Kids Can Say No" video, the bearded entertainer sits surrounded by children to talk about "yes touches" and "no touches".
About a minute in, Harris describes a "yes feeling" - like cuddling your baby brother then goes on to talk about "no feelings".
"It's like, 'No I don't know why I don't like that but I'm not too sure about that at all'," he tells the children
"I don't want that to keep going. I want it to stop. That's a no feeling.
"Sometimes people can give you a no feeling without ever touching you at all."
The seemingly innocent video has now taken on a darker tone, following his being found guilty in a British court on 12 charges of indecent assault of four victims between 1968 and 1986.
Harris is to be sentenced on Friday.