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Man pictured dressed as Santa while praying under a bridge goes viral

Although there has been a bit of controversy trailing the photo, as to where it was taken, majority believe it was taken in Senegal.

Man pictured dressed as Santa while praying under a bridge goes viral

A photo of a man dressed in the popular Santa outfit has has gone viral after he was spotted praying somewhere in public.

Going by the surroundings captured in the photo, the man who seems oblivious to everything around him as kneels on his mat to pray, seems to be doing so under a bridge, as strangers walked past.

The photo seems to have caused a stir as many believe the photo depicts a conflict of interest as the man is obviously Muslim but yet, rocks a Santa outfit, a tradition mostly attributed to Christians.

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Then again, the level of commitment is also very striking, although common place amongst Muslims.

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