Nun pulls apart two women kissing in street and blames 'the devil', bizarre video shows

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By Asiya Ali

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A nun in Italy stopped two women from kissing in the street and said they were engaging in "the devil's work".

The unidentified nun was angry as she walked past models Serena de Ferrari and Briton Kyshan Wilson locking lips in the streets of Naples.

Both women - who also star in an Italian TV soap called Mare Fuori - were taking part in a photoshoot for Not Yet magazine.

Dragging the two women apart as they kissed, the nun exclaimed: "What are you doing? This is the devil's work," as the actresses laughed at her outburst.

The nun then criticized the camera crew and the two women before crossing herself and saying: "Jesus, Joseph, and Mary".

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The footage has since gone viral on social media and prompted many users online to express their anger at the nun's actions.

One user said: "People in the comment section saying these girls were 'disrespecting the culture', is homophobia a culture to you?"

Another user joked: "That’s nun of her business," while a third person commented: "Nah she shouldn’t have touched them period."

According to Daily Mail, the footage was recorded by make-up artist Roberta Mastalia who told Italian media that the nun asked if the crew had been to Mass that morning.

"We were on location in the Spanish Quarter in Naples, in a little sidestreet with the two models when all of a sudden the nun walked past," she said.

"She asked us if we had been to Mass that day and when we said 'No' she started blaming young people for Coronavirus and then she saw the two models posing up ready to kiss and that's when she ran forward to split them up," Mastalia continued.

"Our first reaction was we were all stunned [we] took it as a bit of a joke and in fact, you can see from the video the two girls are laughing," she added. "We then had to ask the nun to leave as we explained we had work to do and she slowly walked off."

Not Yet Magazine posted the behind-the-scenes moment on their social media with the caption: "When you go viral but not for something good," while de Ferrari posted the video on her Instagram and wrote: "God doesn’t love LGBT."

Featured image credit: RubberBall / Alamy

Nun pulls apart two women kissing in street and blames 'the devil', bizarre video shows

vt-author-image

By Asiya Ali

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A nun in Italy stopped two women from kissing in the street and said they were engaging in "the devil's work".

The unidentified nun was angry as she walked past models Serena de Ferrari and Briton Kyshan Wilson locking lips in the streets of Naples.

Both women - who also star in an Italian TV soap called Mare Fuori - were taking part in a photoshoot for Not Yet magazine.

Dragging the two women apart as they kissed, the nun exclaimed: "What are you doing? This is the devil's work," as the actresses laughed at her outburst.

The nun then criticized the camera crew and the two women before crossing herself and saying: "Jesus, Joseph, and Mary".

Watch the video below:

The footage has since gone viral on social media and prompted many users online to express their anger at the nun's actions.

One user said: "People in the comment section saying these girls were 'disrespecting the culture', is homophobia a culture to you?"

Another user joked: "That’s nun of her business," while a third person commented: "Nah she shouldn’t have touched them period."

According to Daily Mail, the footage was recorded by make-up artist Roberta Mastalia who told Italian media that the nun asked if the crew had been to Mass that morning.

"We were on location in the Spanish Quarter in Naples, in a little sidestreet with the two models when all of a sudden the nun walked past," she said.

"She asked us if we had been to Mass that day and when we said 'No' she started blaming young people for Coronavirus and then she saw the two models posing up ready to kiss and that's when she ran forward to split them up," Mastalia continued.

"Our first reaction was we were all stunned [we] took it as a bit of a joke and in fact, you can see from the video the two girls are laughing," she added. "We then had to ask the nun to leave as we explained we had work to do and she slowly walked off."

Not Yet Magazine posted the behind-the-scenes moment on their social media with the caption: "When you go viral but not for something good," while de Ferrari posted the video on her Instagram and wrote: "God doesn’t love LGBT."

Featured image credit: RubberBall / Alamy