‘Horny as hell’ Pope Francis caught liking bikini model’s pic on Instagram

Pope Francis has been dubbed ‘horny as hell’ after an eagle-eyed social media user spotted him liking a bikini model’s picture on Instagram.

Instagram model Natalia Garibotto was alerted to the ‘like’ and found the situation amusing.

She joked: “At least I’m going to heaven,” after Twitter account, Barstool Sports, shared a screen recording showing the pope’s Instagram name in the likes section of her photo.

The screen recording was captioned: “Pope Francis is horny as hell” and showed the pope’s official Instagram name, Franciscus, appear in the list of those who liked the image.

It is unclear whether the ‘like’ from the Instagram account of the head of the Catholic Church was accidental.

Twitter users were conflicted about the tweet calling him out, with one user writing: “Take this tweet down, shame on you.”



The pope’s Instagram account “Fransicus” appeared in the list of likes

However, another user said: “That’s my kind of pope.”

In the photo, Natalia is seen wearing suspenders and an outfit resembling a Catholic school girl.

Earlier this year, the pope said good sex and food are “divine” pleasures that come “directly from God.”

In a newly-published book of interviews, the Pope told Italian writer Carlo Petrini the church has “always accepted human, simple, moral pleasure”.

Pope Francis, born Jorge Bergoglio in Argentina, said: “Pleasure arrives directly from God, it is neither Catholic, nor Christian, nor anything else, it is simply divine.”



The pope was dubbed “horny as hell” after the like was spotted
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He says here is no place for “overzealous morality” which denies pleasure, something he admits the Catholic Church had in the past.

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But he insists this was “a wrong interpretation of the Christian message”, according to RTÉ.

“The Church has condemned inhuman, brutish, vulgar pleasure, but has on the other hand always accepted human, simple, moral pleasure,” he said.