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The video was posted on YouTube and titled "Un prête gifle un nourrisson lors de son baptême", which translates to a priest slaps an infant during his baptism . According to the poster, the baby starts crying and the priest points and says: "This is called a tantrum". "I'm going to put water on the forehead, and after I'll embrace the young fellow".
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