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Pope Francis stops by the local record store and looks through the records

POPE Francis went to his local record store yesterday – looking for every inch an ‘n’ coil fan.

The 85-year-old pope visited Stereosound in Rome to bless the newly refurbished store.

The 85-year-old pope visited Stereosound in Rome to bless the newly refurbished store

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The 85-year-old pope visited Stereosound in Rome to bless the newly refurbished storeCredit: AFP
During his ten-minute visit, the Pope was presented with a vinyl record by the store owner.

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During his ten-minute visit, the Pope was presented with a vinyl record by the store owner.Credit: AFP

During his ten-minute visit, he was given a vinyl record by the store owner – be it Guns n’ Rosaries, Village Papal, Altared Images or Amen at Work stuff.

However, the Pope, who spoke about the power of music, might prefer a solo repertoire like Robey Williams, or Olivia Newton John 3:16.

Bad guys on Twitter have recently made absurd claims that Joe Biden has “brought himself up” amid reports that his meeting with Pope Francis was “unusually long”.

The hashtag #PoopypantsBiden went viral as baseless rumors spread that the commander-in-chief had a “bathroom problem” while in Rome.

Conservative strategist and commentator Amy Tarkanian tweeted: “The word around Rome is Biden’s The meeting with the Pope was unusually long because Biden had a bit of a ‘bathroom incident’ at the Vatican and it had to be resolved before he left.

“I know we often joke about this but this is the real rumor going around in Rome.”

There is no evidence to support these mythical claims, Meaww report.

Biden appeared to apologize to reporters for keeping them waiting during the press conference.

The awkward president said: “We played with the elevator.”

US President Joe Biden arrives at the Vatican before meeting with Pope Francis

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Huynh Nguyen

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