Mel Gibson's shocking anti-Semitic tirade has turned the actor into the brunt of jokes in new comedy movie THE HEBREW HAMMER 2: HAMMER VS HITLER. Scriptwriters raced to add a note about the Gibson controversy and include it in the sequel of the 2003 Jewish 'blaxploitation' movie. In the new film, an actor depicted as a very drunk Mel Gibson is seen leaving California coastal diner Moonshadows with two blondes a bottle of Irish whiskey. According to news website, the Gibson character berates valets before speeding off in his car, screaming obscenities about the Jews. Apprehended by a traffic cop, just like Gibson was at the end of July (06), the actor's much-publicised anti-Semitic tirade is cut short when the cop, The Hebrew Hammer, shoots him through the head, before spraying a bloody Star Of David onto the windshield of the movie star's Lexus. Screenwriter and director JOHN KESSELMAN tells, "Young Jews love The Hebrew Hammer. "I think if Mel wants to truly extend an olive branch to the Jewish Community as a whole, his on-screen death would go a long way in accomplishing that goal."