Pope Francis’ Instagram account caught by netizens liking daring model’s photo

Pope Francis’ Instagram account caught by netizens liking daring model’s photo

- Pope Francis has gone viral recently for an unexpected reason – his official Instagram account was caught by netizens liking a daring photo of a model named Natalia Garibotto

- A video was uploaded showing that the Holy Father’s IG account has liked Natalia’s racy picture

- However, as of this writing, the Pope’s IG account has already “unliked” the viral photograph

- Most netizens believe that it was his social media handler who accidentally 'liked' the photo

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Pope Francis’ Instagram account caught by netizens liking daring model’s photo

Pope Francis (Photo from Wikimedia Commons)
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Pope Francis usually makes headlines due to his uplifting, enlightening, and inspiring statements and actions.

KAMI learned that the Pope has gone viral recently for an unexpected reason – his official Instagram account – @franciscus – was caught by netizens liking a daring photo of a model named Natalia Garibotto.

Barstool Sports uploaded a video showing that the Holy Father’s IG account has liked Natalia’s racy photograph. However, the Pope’s IG account has “unliked” the picture already.

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The video from Barstool Sports can be seen by clicking this link.

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It is not clear if it was the Pope who actually liked Natalia’s picture but most netizens believe that it was his social media handler that accidentally liked the photo.

“At least I’m going to heaven. On this very day I was blessed,” Natalia told Barstool Sports.

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Pope Francis is the bishop of Rome and the leader of the Catholic Church, which has over 1.3 billion members. Before becoming the 266th Supreme Pontiff of the Church, he was known as Jorge Mario Bergoglio, a cardinal from Buenos Aires, Argentina.

KAMI reported earlier that Pope Francis sent a message to the victims of Typhoon Ulysses in the Philippines. The Holy Father expressed his solidarity with the families who got negatively affected by the storm.

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He also went viral a month ago due to his comments about same-sex relationships. According to Pope Francis, he supports civil unions for same-sex couples so that they can be protected by the law from injustice and inequality.

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