At this point the man standing next to the mum, believed to be the father, reaches out to take the baby as the priest tries once again to cuddle the child and attempts to prevent him being taken away.
He is heard telling the child "calm down, calm down, you must calm down" before holding its face, he then strikes the child with his hand after losing his temper as it continued to cry.
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But when the crying doesn't stop, the priest seems to grow frustrated and slaps the baby in the face.
And then stunned witnesses say "he's afraid" and tell the priest to let go.
"I'm going to put water on the forehead, and after I'll embrace the young fellow".
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A couple presumed to be the parents is heard gasping at this in the video.
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The exasperated priest slapped the child on the cheek during the ceremony of baptism. "If I was the mother of that baby I wouldn't hesitate to push or slap the damn priest back". "I would have gone ballistic if that was any of my kids". However, the priest is speaking French and the story appeared on a local news website of Martinique and Guadeloupe, French territories in the Caribbean Sea.
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Emily MacDonald wrote: 'He wasn't a man of God. The clergyman soon held the child's neck and gave him a violent hug.