23 June, 2018
This is the freakish moment a baby's relatives are forced to wrestle their child away from a French priest who slapped it during its baptism. After he fails to calm the child down, the priest ends up slapping the child, uttering the words "Calm down" in front of the toddler's surprised and shocked parents.
According to the poster, the baby starts crying and the priest points and says: "This is called a tantrum".
The baby can be seen crying as the family hands him over to the priest.
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He then slaps the child on the cheek, loudly enough that the impact can be heard in the video, recorded from a couple of metres away.
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Amid gasps from the congregation, the priest is then seen pulling the child closer and putting his hand over his mouth in a possible effort to stifle his cries.
The woman holding the child begins to pull away from the priest, while a church official attempts to step in and stop the priest from going further.
People on YouTube took to the comments section to express their disapproval of the priest's behavior. "I will scream louder than you so calm down". "If I was the mother of that baby I wouldn't hesitate to push or slap the damn priest back".