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.
Xhaka curled the ball through traffic to tie the game at 1-1, and Ivanovic suddenly became a very unpopular man on social media. Switzerland midfielder Valon Behrami is receiving treatment for a muscle problem but is still likely to play.
Mbaye Niang is buried in a green pile by Senegal teammates after scoring the African nation's second goal against Poland . Poland fans in red and white were about three-quarters of the crowd, and they chanted and clapped throughout.
Cohn said he understand Trump's rationale, but added that restricting vehicles to ones made in the U.S.is not realistic. Other countries hit by the U.S. tariffs have also retaliated , raising fears of a global trade war.
More than 1.8 million people signed a petition opposing the president's visit shortly after he was invited by May. At Westminster, Mrs May came under pressure at Prime Minister's Questions to condemn Mr Trump's separation policy.
Statistics Canada estimates that the marijuana market in Canada was worth C$5.7 billion ($4.28 billion) in 2017. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has said marijuana will become fully legalized in Canada on October 17, 2018.
VAR protocol states that if there is a foul by the attacking team before the review incident, then that negates the review. Russian Federation selected 11 host cities to be the venues for the matches of the 2018 World Cup and they are Moscow, St.
Despite Mr Trump's stance, House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy said the chamber would press ahead on legislation next week. The bill - which failed on a 193-231 vote - would not have provided DACA recipients a path to citizenship.
Neymar was forced to leave Brazil's training session in Sochi early on Tuesday with a sore ankle, according to team officials. While Ureña acknowledged Brazil won't be easy, he was confident his team could reprise the magic from four years ago.
The United States has formally suspended a major military exercise with South Korea that was scheduled for August. The country has been particularly pleased by Trump's decision to suspend military drills with South Korea.
Oil ministers back output hike despite Irans walkout
Iran is usually not part of the committee, which includes Russia , Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Oman, Kuwait, Algeria and Venezuela. He said the meeting would tackle over-compliance with oil output cuts and that Iran was "very cooperative".
Virginia Officials Warn of Dangerous Invasive Plant
Giant hogweed is on the Virginia Department of Conservation and Recreation's "Invasive Plants Early Detection Species" list. Giant hogweed is so unsafe because it releases a sap that contains chemicals called photosensitizing furanocoumarins .
Fans celebrate as England win World Cup opener
He had to guide his header in, and it was a superb finish under intense pressure in the final minute of a World Cup game. Rashford was the first player Southgate turned to help change the game with Tunisia digging deep at the Volgograd Arena.
Trudeau Announces Official Marijuana Legalization Date
Erik Altieri, the executive director of the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, echoed Hetzer's sentiment. Statistics Canada estimates that the marijuana market in Canada was worth C$5.7 billion ($4.28 billion) in 2017.