Pope stars in gay Bel Ami porn film

The Pope, Benedict XVI, will actually appear in person to bless porn stars in a new Bel Ami gay film production set in Vatican City

Pope stars in gay Bel Ami porn film
31 August 2012

The Pope has been tricked into blessing two porn actors and a video of the moment is set to be included in a new Bel Ami gay movie.

That’s according to famous gay porn producer and Bel Ami founder George Duroy who annouced the news on an online forum.

The new film, Scandal in Vatican, is going to be released in September. It is the story of a couple of young priests, dressed as Catholic clerical students, who enjoy their sex experiences in the little country in the heart of Italy’s capital, Rome.

And viewers will see Pope Benedict XVI blessing the main actors in a Vatican meeting. The Pope didn’t know about their jobs and, according to producer Duroy, the scene will be the film’s most interesting part.

One of the actors, Trevor Yates, said on Facebook: ‘Mine is not the usual career path to get to the church. Came here through the adult industry.’

His comments appear to be a joke as GSN does not believe he is actually becoming a priest.

Scandal in Vatican will also see a football match in piazza San Pietro, the Vatican’s main square.

The Italian press think that the Vatican could sue the company and ask for compensation. And the Italian pink press writes that the Bel Ami actors could become the new Pussy Riot, the pro-gay Russian punk rock band who were recently jailed for a anti-Putin protest in a church.

On Yates’ Facebook page there are some pictures of the Pope and photos of the actor, dressed as a priest.  

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