Del autor de "Chávez se me apareció en forma de pajarito" y "hoy tenemos millones y 'millonas", llega esta nueva frase que ya se ha convertido en el tema de conversación más jocoso de la red.

Se trata del presidente venezolano, Nicolás Maduro, quien en un discurso en el Estadio de Miranda, quiso hacer una alegoría bíblica y sólo consiguió articular una frase tan extraña como sorprendete: "Meternos allí, multiplicarnos, así como Cristo multiplicó los penes".

De inmediato el mandatario se dio cuenta de su pifia y corrigió: “… perdón, los peces y los panes. Perdón por la expresión. Así como Cristo multiplicó los panes y los peces, hay que multiplicar el arte”.

La prensa internacional no dejó escapar el momento e hizo eco del gazapo: "Nuevo gaffe de Maduro", dice La Nación en Argentina, mientras que El Universal en Colombia titula, nueva equivocación de Maduro.

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    Venezuelan acting President Nicolas Maduro celebrates next to his wife Cilia Flores after knowing the election results in Caracas on April 14, 2013. Venezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro declared victory on Sunday in the race to succeed late leader Hugo Chavez after the electoral council announced that he had won in a close battle. AFP PHOTO/Luis Acosta (Photo credit should read LUIS ACOSTA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuelan President elect Nicolas Maduro (L) celebrates with his wife Cilia Flores after knowing the election results in Caracas on April 14, 2013. Venezuela's acting President Nicolas Maduro declared victory on Sunday in the race to succeed late leader Hugo Chavez after the electoral council announced that he had won in a close battle. AFP PHOTO/Juan BARRETO (Photo credit should read JUAN BARRETO/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuela's interim President Nicolas Maduro speaks to the press as he embraces his wife, Attorney General Cilia Flores, at a polling station after voting in the presidential election in Caracas, Venezuela, Sunday, April 14, 2013. Maduro, who served as late President Hugo Chavez's foreign minister and vice president, is running against opposition candidate Henrique Capriles. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

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    Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves from a vehicle, next to his companion Cilia Flores, during a military ceremony recognizing him as Commander-in-chief to the military at the Paseo Los Proceres in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, April, 19, 2013. Maduro, who has the support of the Chavista bases, needs all the momentum he can muster to consolidate control of a country struggling with shortages of food and medicines; chronic power outages; one of the world's highest homicide and kidnapping rates. (AP Photo/Ariana Cubillos)

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    Picture posted by Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro on his personal Twitter account @NicolasMaduro on April 27, 2013 showing First Lady Cilia Flores (L) with Cuban leader Fidel Castro (C), during their visit to Cuba. AFP PHOTO (Photo credit should read -/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) and his wife Cilia Flores (L) arrive at the Government Palace in Buenos Aires on May 8, 2013. Maduro arrived today from Uruguay and afterwards will travel to Brazil. AFP PHOTO / Juan Mabromata (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (C) gestures next to his wife Cilia Flores (2-L) and Venezuelan Minister of Foreign Affairs Elias Jaua (L) before delivering a speech at the All Boys' stadium during a political rally after a working meeting with Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner in Buenos Aires on May 8, 2013. AFP PHOTO / Juan Mabromata (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (L), his wife Cilia Flores (R) and Argentine President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner pose for a picture before a working meeting at Government Palace in Buenos Aires on May 8, 2013. Maduro arrived today from Uruguay and afterwards will travel to Brazil. AFP PHOTO / Juan Mabromata (Photo credit should read JUAN MABROMATA/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves as he walks with First Lady Cilia Flores to attend President Rafael Correa's swearing-in ceremony in Quito, Ecuador, Friday, May 24, 2013. Correa is starting a third term as president. (AP Photo/Dolores Ochoa)

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    Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro (L) takes a walk with his wife Cilia Flores (R) and Communications Minister Ernesto Villegas (2-L) along Montevideo's main avenue, 18 de Julio, on the early morning of July 13, 2013. Maduro took part on Friday in the XLV Mercosur Summit held in the Uruguayan capital. AFP PHOTO/ Santiago Mazzarovich (Photo credit should read SANTIAGO MAZZAROVICH/AFP/Getty Images)

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    Venezuela's President Nicolas Maduro waves upon arrival for an Independence Day parade as first lady Cilia Flores looks on from the left at Fort Tiuna in Caracas, Venezuela, Friday, July 5, 2013. The presidents of Venezuela and Nicaragua offered Friday to grant asylum to NSA leaker Edward Snowden, one day after leftist South American leaders gathered to denounce the rerouting of Bolivian President Evo Morales' plane over Europe amid reports that the American was aboard. (AP Photo/Fernando Llano)