- Pope Francis on Wednesday, January 8, jokingly asked a nun if she would not bite him after the nun asked for a kiss
- The nun assured the pope that she would not bite him, and the pope obliged for request for a kiss
- After the pope kissed the nun on her cheek, she was excited and could be seen in a video jumping for joy
- This happened on Wednesday, January 8, when the pope was greeting a crowd of people before his weekly General Audience
A week after slapping a woman's hands because she refused to let go of him when she grabbed him, Pope Francis jokingly asked a nun to promise that she would not bite him when she asked him for a kiss.
When the nun promised that she wouldn't bite him, the pope obliged and kissed her on the cheek, People reports.
Legit.ng gathers that this happened on Wednesday, January 8, when the pope was greeting a crowd of people before his weekly General Audience.
Reuters reports the encounter between the pope and the nun: “Bacio, Papa!” the nun said, which means “A kiss, pope!”.
“Oh, [but] you bite!” the pope replied and immediately added: “Stay calm! I will give you a kiss, but you stay calm. Don’t bite!”
“Si!” the nun said and the pope kissed her on the cheek. The nun was excited and could be seen in a video jumping for joy.
Legit.ng previously reported that a visibly vexed Pope Francis was compelled to slap a woman's hand severally in a bid to extricate himself from her grip.
Pope Francis, who was joyously greeting children and pilgrims in St Peter's Square as he made his way to the nativity scene at the centre of Vatican City, was upset by the conduct of one woman who grabbed him and refused to let go.
In a short video that went viral on social media, the Catholic head was heard shouting at her as he struggled to free himself from her grip.
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