Priest slaps crying baby during baptism

23 June, 2018, 18:32 | Author: Donnie King
  • Shocking! Priest Slaps Crying Baby During Baptism People Gasp Watch Video

Another one said: "Who wants to fund me a trip so I can go slap him!"

As the priest continues to speak, the baby starts to cry so he grabs the child's face in his hands hugs him to his chest, possibly in an attempt to calm the youngster down.

The dad looks pissed, and people can be heard remarking "no no no", "sir, he is scared" and "that's not allowed".

The shocking video of the scene which happened in an unknown French speaking country has gone viral and has been viewed hundreds of thousands of times.

According to UK Daily Mail, the child would not stop crying during the ceremony; causing the clergyman to lose his temper, lift his left hand and hit the baby in the face.

The family's shock becomes evident when the priest slaps the baby across the face. In the video, the priest can be seen making a shape of the cross over the baby's body before he begins to cry. Ohlalalala! I will scream louder than you. Seems like he was getting frustrated.




"This is disturbing, and has really upset me", another tweeted.

The father then pulls the baby away from the priest completely as the video ends.

Emily MacDonald wrote: 'He wasn't a man of God.

The congregation gasps and admonishes him for his treatment of the child.

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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