Video Shows Priest Slap Baby During Baptism

23 June, 2018, 18:35 | Author: Sue Mclaughlin
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"I'm going to put water on the forehead, and after I'll embrace the young fellow".

The priest can be heard asking the child to calm down.

It is still unclear where the video was filmed.

"And then, I'll kiss the little kid - because he'll have become a little Christian". He then attempts to console the child by grabbing the boy's face and urging him to "calm down, calm down". After several failed attempts, the priest smacks the baby on his face. Dozens of comments have been left below the original video expressing dismay at the priest's actions. Ohlalalala! I will scream louder than you.

"The way he was holding the child was already a warning sign".

The user captioned the clip saying, "This happened today in France, I'm really shocked".

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The priest who pastors in a remote rural community of Itipo of DR Congo, returned to his parish on Friday, June 8, after recovering from the illness.

"He is just a strict old man who thinks he has to be obeyed and does not recognise the strength of his grips", one person wrote.

This isn't the first baptism video to cause controversy, with one Greek orthodox priest's enthusiastic technique coming under fire.

The shocked congregation can be heard to gasp at the strike from the priest and the scene that was unravelling in front of them.

In a 40-second clip posted online, the French-speaking priest is seen to lash out in frustration during the ceremony as the tiny child is held by a woman though to be his mother.

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