A priest from Spain who dances in the aisles of his church has gone viral after videos of his moves were posted online.
Father Pepe from Nuestra Señora del Carmen church in Malaga has brought many Christians back to church with his dancing.
The 66-year-old does the flamenco with his church goers at the end of services.
A video of his latest performance has been viewed tens of thousands of times on YouTube after it was uploaded following a local feast day.
Father Pepe told Diario Sur, a Malaga newspaper, the flamenco was in his blood because his mother was a gypsey.
"Something happens when I dance," he said.
He added "I love it. It brings me closer to God."
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