- The video of a priest who appeared to have struck the altar boy’s nape during an ongoing ceremony has gone viral
- It wasn’t clear whether the priest was celebrating a mass or some other solemn ceremony though the video showed that both the cleric and his altar boy wore full regalia
- In the video, the altar boy was shown taking the hand of the priest to help him go up the elevated area of what appeared to be a church altar
- An audible gasp of surprise, perhaps made by the person taking the video, can be heard when the priest struck the altar boy
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The video of a priest who seem to have struck the nape of his altar boy while a church service is ongoing has gone viral.
Taken while a solemn ceremony appeared to be ongoing, the priest was seen trying to walk towards an elevated area where his chair can be found.
The altar boy, perhaps in a gesture of good intentions, held out his hand to the priest to help him.
Instead of taking the proffered hand, the priest held the acolyte’s shoulders while latter tried to support the prelate by holding the back portion of his waist.
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The cleric then started to take a step upward but his head bumped in the bowed head of the acolyte.
The prelate might have been hurt when he bumped his head and in what seemed to be an automatic gesture, struck the nape of the acolyte.
The person taking the video must have been surprised too at the act of the priest that he lets out an audible gasp.
“Hala!” a voice, perhaps coming from the one taking the footage, can be heard in the video.
A female voice can also be heard saying: “hala, nanapak!”
The video also showed the priest appearing to address the altar boy after striking his nape, though it was unclear if he was explaining why he did it or was admonishing the acolyte because of the head bump.
Stories that touch the heart, almost always end up being viral. The video of the priest is clearly one that elicited a lot of funny reactions from netizens. Similar stories would go viral as well.
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