Pope Francis greets the faithful during his Inauguration Mass in St. Peter's Square on March 19, 2013 in Vatican City. (Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)
VATICAN CITY -- The new pope's informal style is causing some confusion at the Vatican.
According to the Daily Mail, a receptionist thought he was being fooled when someone called and claimed he was Pope Francis.
It turns out it really was the pope at the other end. The receptionist didn't learn that until after scoffing at the caller, saying, "(If you're the pope), I'm Napoleon," the Daily Mail says.
Vatican experts say it's rare for the pope to make his own calls, but apparently Pope Francis, who is known to cook his own food and take the bus to work, doesn't mind.