A Dead Rat Just Got Pulled Out Of This Boy’s Belly Button During An Exorcism

This is the stomach-churning moment of a dead rat being pulled out of a young man’s belly button as he lies on a doctor’s examination table.

A Dead Rat Just Got Pulled Out Of This Boy's Belly Button During An ExorcismEmerging from his stomach, the small black rodent’s body appears and quickly starts to disintegrate in the man’s hand. Holding a small glass of turquoise liquid, thought to be holy water, an unidentified accomplice pours the substance into the belly button of that young boy.

As the water drips into the small hole, the man (wearing a fancy gold watch) starts to delve his hands roughly into the boys belly button. Using his other hand to forcefully hold down the boy, the man begins to apply considerable force, rubbing the liquid onto the worried victim.

In the video below, while removing the dead rodent notice that there’s a sound of someone seemingly chanting prayers in Portuguese (with some viewers suggesting that the video was some kind of exorcism). From then on, the video begins to move from bizarre to shocking.

The man appears to be delving his hand deeper and deeper into the boy’s stomach, painfully squeezing the layers of skin with his other hand to allow his right hand more room.

A Dead Rat Just Got Pulled Out Of This Boy's Belly Button During An ExorcismThen, quickly using both hands, the man begins to pull out a small reddish tail, delicately grasping it between his thumbs and index fingers. Beginning to emerge in the man’s hands, a strange dark mass starts to appear, attached to the tail like object.

Using his left hand to apparently hold the belly button open, the object emerges in a bloodied mess, resembling a RAT.

A Dead Rat Just Got Pulled Out Of This Boy's Belly Button During An ExorcismAlthough few details have emerged about the origin of the video, some viewers claim it may have been filmed in South America. 

Note: The peculiar video has drawn plenty of comments, with some viewers questioning its authenticity.

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