Two South African farmers have been jailed for forcing a black man into a coffin in Pretoria, South Africa.
Pleading not guilty to the attempted murder, assault and kidnapping charges against them, Jackson and Oosthuizen said, they only meant to scare Victor with their action.
The video showed Victor Mlotshwa being forced into a coffin as he pleaded for the white men not to kill him.
Oosthuizen, 29, was sentenced to a 16-year term with five years suspended, while Jackson, 30, was jailed for 19 years, with five also suspended.
A two-minute video recorded by the farmers which showed him with his hands clasped in prayer and whimpering and screaming as he is forced to lie down in the wooden coffin went viral on the internet.
"The conduct of the accused was most dehumanizing and disgusting", Judge Segopotje Mphahlele said while sentencing the duo at a High Court sitting in Middelburg, 165 kilometers (100 miles) east of Johannesburg.
She added their behaviour had "raised and fuelled racial tension" in the country.
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The video was also admitted as evidence by the court during the bail application.
Jackson and Oosthuizen were arrested late past year after a video showing them shoving Mlotshwa into a coffin went viral on social and other media platforms.
The two said they had caught the victim trespassing on their farm in possession of stolen copper cables.
To scare him from carrying out his threat they said they put him in the coffin and threatened to burn him alive in the hope that he would be too frightened to return and told they court they should have gone to the police.
Mlotshwa only reported the matter after footage of the assault emerged on YouTube months later.
Theo Jackson, one of two farmer convicted of attempted murder.