Man performs 'exorcism' on woman while commuters watch

A man on a train was seen casting out the evil spirit from a woman who was screaming “devil” in front of shocked passengers on a busy train.

The strange incident was captured by a fellow commuter on his camera while traveling on Mexico's subway train. The video was posted on YouTube on July 14, 2018, on a channel called Social Media. 

According to the Mirror, the footage has been viewed more than a million times since it was posted on Facebook, with the caption that read, “When you find yourself in the middle of an exorcism on the metro.”

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The video shows a man wearing a suit praying to Jesus Christ to liberate the supposedly possessed woman in front of him from an evil spirit. 

“In the name of Jesus, Leave! You need to leave in the name of Jesus. You need to go,” the unknown man can be heard saying in Spanish. 

The woman seems to be aware that she is possessed and agrees with the man. She is seen asking the spirit to leave and adds that she can be free of all her sins through the power of the blood of Jesus. 

Despite saying so, the woman then starts to attack the man attempting to exorcise her by beating him with a huge umbrella. 

The man, however, is not discouraged by the sudden change in the woman's behavior and continues the task of exorcising and tells the disoriented woman that he forgives her. The unidentified woman says the word “devil” a number of times. 

Some of the other commuters can be seen trying to put as much space as possible between them and the events unfolding, by moving to the seats at the back of the train. 

According to the Mirror, local media said that this was not an unusual thing, as events like these frequently occur in Mexican City trains.

A church was in the news recently for helping out people. The St. Boniface Church, in collaboration with a social activist, welcomed several homeless people to sleep in the church overnight. 

Father Louis Vitale of the church in San Fransisco, joined hands with community activist Shelly Roder and started The Gubbio Project back in 2004, to help the less privileged people in society, according to Self Develop Shop

Many people utilize the pews to sleep on, and they are also provided with blankets from the staff. 

The church does not ask any questions to anyone who walks in, and there is no need for guests to sign on any sheets or forms. 

A thief stole from a man who was drunk but later helped him as he staggered towards the tracks and fell. 

The footage of the incident was captured on the CCTV camera installed in the subway station, and the video was uploaded on YouTube on December 12, 2015, in which the thief is seen walking towards the man fast asleep on one of the chairs. 

The thief starts to rummage through one of the man's pockets carefully. He picks up one object from each of the man's pockets. 

The drunk man then stands and struggles to move forward. He falls on the tracks and is ignored by another person who sees him fall.

Another camera captures the thief returning to the platform where a train has stopped right before the man. 

His concern for the man is obvious when he tries his best to move the man up onto the platform again, possibly avoiding an accident. 

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