A shocking video has surfaced online, showing a man believed to be a Ugandan pastor, his wife, and their daughter walking completely naked in public, claiming to follow the footsteps of Adam and Eve.
The explicit footage, shared by a Twitter user, @EricJimmyLevi, on Monday, July 17, has sparked numerous reactions from netizens, ranging from hilarious comments to concerns about the family’s mental health.
In the video, some people from the community can be seen gathering around to mock the pastor, his wife, and their daughter, but the family remains undeterred and continues their provocative walk in public.
This bizarre act has left many questioning the pastor’s mental state and the motive behind such an unusual demonstration.
Twitter users expressed their disbelief and concern over the innocent young daughter being subjected to such a demeaning display.
Calls for the arrest of the pastor and his wife have emerged, as many believe that their actions border on child abuse and public indecency.
One user pointed out that the pastor might have misinterpreted the teachings of the Holy Bible to convince his family to partake in this controversial mission.
The notion of imitating Adam and Eve’s nakedness was met with skepticism, as Jesus himself is depicted wearing clothes in biblical accounts.
On the other hand, a contrasting opinion emerged, with one user defending the family’s actions, suggesting that sometimes unconventional methods are needed to bring about change in the world.
The incident has drawn attention to the issue of pastors and religious leaders who manipulate their followers, even their own families, into participating in dangerous and damaging activities.
In Kenya, a recent shocking case involving pastor Paul Mackenzie’s Good News International Church resulted in the recovery of over 400 bodies, with accusations of operating a cult and promoting fatal fasting among his followers.
Authorities are currently investigating the pastor, and he is in custody assisting with the inquiry.