This Italian priest has made an epic live-stream fail, but he's given everyone something to smile about.
Trying to offer parishioners a way to still attend church during the Covid-19 outbreak, the priest decided to live-stream his service from church.
But just a couple of seconds in, the mass took a hilarious turn.
The priest accidently turned on filters when he started his Facebook live and his service quickly went from spiritual to comical.
“Good evening,” he started. “We are here to pray, me at the church and you at home.”
He carried on for some time, completely unaware of the fact that he was wearing space helmet and a Blue Brothers style black hat and sunglasses.
His unintentional act has done more good than he could ever imagined, offering everyone some comic relief during the Coronavirus crisis.
Needless to say, the priest's video has gone viral, giving us all something to smile at.
“Technical difficulties won't stop him. He's on a mission from God,” one person commented on Twitter.
“It was meant to be. He gave us all a smile,” another said.
"Ah, God has a sense of humour," commented a third.
Ah. God has a sense of humour.????— Ann Gerety Smyth (@AnnGerSmy) March 24, 2020
This is just one of many working online fails, as the world goes into lock down amid the Coronavirus pandemic.
Earlier this week a women accidently forget to end her conference call before making a trip to the bathroom. See her co-workers hilarious reaction, here.
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