Man fired for taking a selfie with his body

Man fired for taking a selfie with his body
Man fired for taking a selfie with his body

In Argentina, a man was fired for posing with the body of Diego Maradona, the time of a photo to say the least, morbid. Indeed, according to information from TMZ, an employee of a funeral director was to prepare the body of the former football legend who died a few days ago following a heart attack and did not miss the opportunity to stand out.

Even deceased, Diego Maradona rest Diego Maradona. Undisputed glory in Argentina, the footballer brought his own to Mexico in 1986, when his team won the World Cup. After passing through Barcelona and Napoli, the latter continued his career as a coach, without however meeting any real success.

The body of Maradona, photographed

His sudden death came as a surprise to many even as he was slowly recovering from brain surgery. A death that was very badly experienced by this funeral director who took advantage of the fact that he was taking care of the body of the former athlete, to take a photo with the latter. Obviously, the image went around the world and his employer did not fail to fire him.

Clashes erupt at the presidential palace

On Thursday, hundreds of people also attempted to forcibly enter the presidential palace, where the body of Diego Maradona is currently in storage, in order to pay him a final tribute. The security forces tried to calm the crowd and did not hesitate to use force and tear gas canisters to disperse the crowd. For the moment, no one knows if an injury toll is to be deplored.

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