A Romanian Orthodox priest crucified a nun – yes, with nails and the whole blooming lot - and then celebrated her funeral as a triumph of good over evil. He claimed that the murdered nun was possessed by the devil. Four other nuns participated in the ritual as well, and attended the funeral, apparently without displaying even a single sign of emotion.
The priest was defiant, stating that he was prepared for excommunication and imprisonment. He and the 4 nuns are being charged for murder, with possible death sentences, though not by crucifixions.
During the funeral, a storm broke out which the priest immediately declared as a sign from God that His Will has been done. Of course! What else could it be?
I am sure glad I am not living next door to him or the other 4 nuns.
Now why did he do that? Why did the priest believe the nun was possessed?
Well, one parishioner said it was inevitable the murdered nun had to be punished, as she had argued with the priest during a Sunday mass and insulted him in front of the congregation. Voila! That sure explains everything so clearly.
But he is looking for a good lawyer. Hmmm, I wonder how far Bali is to Tanacu in Romania?