Pope Francis Trapped by Crowd in Brazil

After a wrong turn, the pontiff's car was surrounded by a swarm of followers.
1:32 | 07/23/13

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We're going to start here with the shocking lapse of security around pope francis. There you see his fiat. Trapped with no fences holding people back. And at times, no uniformed officers in sight. Adding to concerns, the silent protests. On his first overseas trip as pontiff, pope francis arrived to a mob scene. The pope embracing the streets of rio de janeiro, as the motorcade was forced to a stand still, not once, but several times. Church and brazilian authorities claim that the pontiff's driver made a wrong turn and ended up on streets cluttered with cars and buses. The security detail scrambled to collect the pope. You can see the planes blessing the crowds, stopping to miss a baby. There was a pipe bomb at a sao paulo shrine that the pope is going to visit on wednesday. Despite the incident, the vatican spokesman said, there are no concerns for security. Pope francis is in brazil for innocent view day. And protests erupted less than an hour after the pope's welcoming ceremony.

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