Not content with arrogantly telling a schoolboy to call him Mr President after he used his nickname, the French leader went on to tweet another video of his exchange with the teenager in a public dressing down to his 3 million followers.
The French President shocked the world earlier this week when he was filmed slapping down the boy for calling him by his nickname ‘Manu’, rather than his title.
And in a second clip, released by the President himself, he was filmed nagging him to study hard and “persevere until the end” in his exams, instead of “lecturing others” and “misbehaving”
In the video filmed by news agency LCI, a youngster in a white shirt asked the French president: “Do you intend to reform CCE? (exam in France)”
Mr Macron replied: “I intend to reform it on the 1st of January next year, and it will be an exciting situation.”
The cheeky youngster in the red shirt asked him: “Why do we need the grades?”
Mr Macron called him out on his statement, saying: “What kind of question is that?”
He then reprimanded the teen, urging him to “show his capabilities” and success is “very possible”, telling youngster to “persevere until the end”.
The French President ended his lecture, saying: “You must think of what will come next, what you can honour today towards the ideal.”
He tweeted the video with the caption: “Respect is the minimum in the Republic – especially on June 18, especially in the presence of the companions of the Liberation.”
Mr Macron’s earlier outburst at the teenager, during an official visit at Mont Valerien memorial near Paris on Monday, had already gone viral on social media.
The youngster, who was filmed by LCI, said: “How’s it going Manu?”
Mr Marcon responded: “No, you can’t do that. No, no, no, no.
“You can play the fool but today it’s Marseillaise, the Chant des Partisans, so you call me ‘Mr President’ or ‘Sir’, OK?”
Appearing to have a puzzled look, the teenager replied: “Sorry, excuse me, I’m sorry Mr President.”
Mr Macron paid an official visit to The Mont Valerian memorial, to commemorate the 78th anniversary of General Charles De Gaulle’s call for popular resistance during World War Two.
Hundreds of French Resistance members were brutally executed at the The Mont Valerian memorial during World War 2.
Many criticised Mr Macron for his blunt remarks to the youngster.
One Twitter user said: “Do you really think it is necessary to relay the video on Twitter, spreading the shame of a boy who just wanted to be smart in front of his friends to be lathered in front of his constituents?”
Reporter Alexander Seale wrote: “Emmanuel #Macron’s reaction was quite stupid when the boy asked him ‘Ca va Manu?’
“In Britain, people would’ve laughed. When David Cameron was Prime Minister, he was often greeted by “Hi Dave!” He didn’t care about it. #France #18juin1940 #18juin”