3 funeral workers fired for posing with Maradona’s body inside the coffin

Two images got flooded in social media networks in Argentina where three funeral parlour workers have been pictured posing next to Maradona’s coffin.

furneral worker taking selfie
funeral worker taking selfie

One, where a funeral worker is taking a selfie with Maradona’s body in the coffin giving a thumbs-up. In the second, two men, father and son were standing next to his coffin where the younger posed with thumbs up again. After such an unacceptable incident workers carrying Maradona’s casket are facing widespread condemnation.

The Manager of the Sepilios Pinier funeral home stated, “He is not an employee here, he is a third party who only helped us load the casket because it weighs a lot. The family chose a cedar box that is very difficult to transport and this is why we summoned him, just to carry the box.”

funeral workers fired for posing with maradona's body

 On Wednesday, Diego Maradona at the age of 60 the ‘Golden kid’ in the world of football breathed last due to cardiac arrest at his own residence in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Matias Morla, Maradona’s lawyer said that he won’t keep calm until the three gets charged for their unsanctified act.

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