Pope Shows Visible Anger After Being Jostled By Crowd
Before Pope Francis' arrival in Juarez, just across the Texas border, he made the rounds in other Mexican cities, including a stop in Morelia in which he showed visible anger after being jostled by an overly enthusiastic crowd.
The pope was shaking hands and kissing babies on Thursday when he went to greet a young disabled girl. As he reached for the girl, someone tugged on his robe and another person aggressively reached for him, causing him to lose his balance and get visibly angry.
While security guards assisted in righting The Pope, according to the LA Times, his holiness said, “Eso no se hace!” — “You don’t do that!” and, “No seas egoista. No seas egoista” — “Don’t be selfish. Don’t be selfish.”