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An Irish dancing Jesus drew in massive crowds in Dublin’s Temple Bar

The dancing Jesus was a hit in Temple Br. (Picture: YouTube)
The dancing Jesus was a hit in Temple Br. (Picture: YouTube)

TOURISTS in Dublin’s Temple Bar were treated to an impromptu dance-off at the weekend courtesy of a Jesus Christ impersonator.

Large crowds gathered as a man dressed as the dancing Jesus burst into a performance in front of a band of buskers.

His impressive display included cartwheels and some moves that looked as though they could have been borrowed from Riverdance.

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But it was mid-way through his performance that things really got going, when he was joined by an unnamed man for a dance-off.

Since the video was uploaded to Facebook on Sunday, it has been viewed more than 500,000 times.

Take a look at Jesus in action below

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  1. Boston, USA

    Would he dress up as Mohammed? Of course not, that would be considered by the politically correct as unacceptable. It seems that it's funny to mock others faith but unacceptable to even talk about others.

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