Subscribe | UPI Odd Newsletter Subscribe March 24 (UPI) -- An Italian priest's live streamed mass on Facebook went viral after the religious leader accidentally left the platform's AR filters active, causing him to appear in various cartoon disguises. Paolo Longo, parish priest of the Church of San Pietro and San Benedetto di Polla in Salerno province, live streamed mass on Facebook to allow parishioners to attend the service virtually amid the coronavirus outbreak. Advertisement Longo's video went viral when he accidentally left the Facebook AR filters active during the live stream, causing him to appear with animated accessories including a sci-fi helmet, lifting dumbbells and a hat and sunglasses. The priest had a sense of humor about the mistake, later posting: "Even a laugh is good." Read More French athlete runs entire marathon on apartment balcony Nursing home residents play life-sized Hungry Hungry Hippos Company offers $1,000 to watch 20 hours of 'Ozark'