I'm going to pour water on the forehead.
An onlooker can be heard gasping, as the priest then raises his voice at the boy and places his hand over his mouth in an attempt to muffle the cries.
The dad looks pissed, and people can be heard remarking "no no no", "sir, he is scared" and "that's not allowed".
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It is yet unknown who filmed the incident, however, the video has gone viral on social media. The clergyman then tells the child to: "calm down, calm down, you must calm down".
Suddenly, the priest appears unable to take it again and deals the hollering baby a quick slap in the face. 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.
Naturally, the power of Christ only compelled the child cry louder, eventually prompting a man (presumably his father) to yank the boy away from the priest's almighty grasp.
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"I'm trying to figure out why no one slapped the old man back", one Facebook user said. "I would have pulled baby away until he calmed down", another wrote.
"This is disturbing, and has really upset me", another tweeted. The video features a woman wearing a red dress who seemed to be the child's mother.
He hugs the child to his chest, possibly to try and calm him down.
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No further details have been revealed about the family or whether or not the parents pressed charges for the priest's actions, nor has any representative from the Catholic Church released a statement regarding the priests behaviour.