A false good idea. While confined, an Italian priest decided to broadcast the mass live on Facebook. But when he started recording, he inadvertently activated the filters.
Result: he appeared on the screen with a pharaoh mask, dumbbells at the end of the arms or even a black hat and sunglasses.
The 20-second video, where he calls his worshipers to pray from their home, quickly turned to social networks and has already achieved nearly 5 million views.
In Italy today, a priest decided to live-stream a mass due to COVID-19. Unfortunately he activated the video filters by mistake. pic.twitter.com/zu2qwAlCyT
– Gavin Shoebridge (@KiwiEV) March 24, 2020
A few days later, another priest had the same misadventure during a mass, broadcast on social networks.
When an Italian priest starts streaming by accidentally activating the filters … pic.twitter.com/gSrNMM6Mzv
– Miss Cat (@misscathsy) March 25, 2020