Pope Francis, who is widely known for his calm and cheerful personality, has been caught on video showing a rare glimpse of what seems to be his angry side.
In the 29-second video, Pope Francis is shown gamely mingling with a Mexican crowd as he held their hands while greeting them.
But things quickly turned awry after the Pope was almost knocked off balance when the crowd tugged at him a little too much.
Fortunately, his security escorts were able to keep the 79-year-old pontiff from falling face first on the ground.
The incident didn't sit well with Pope Francis. The Associated Press reported that the church leader lectured the devotees by saying, "Eso no se hace (You don't do that)!"
Meanwhile, the LA Times, citing a Mexican media outlet, alleged that the Pope actually said "No seas egoista (Don't be selfish)."
Pope Francis is in Mexico for a four-day state visit. He aims to uplift the youth and steer them away from being involved in the rampant and violent drug cartel trade in the country.