An employee of the funeral home who is responsible for Diego Maradona’s funeral, really wanted to take a picture with him. He opened the Argentinian soccer hero’s chest and took a picture with him. His boss was not pleased with it and fired the employees on the spot. That reports The Mirror.
The British newspaper got hold of the photo, but decided not to post it out of respect for Maradona and his family. The photo is now circulating on Twitter.
No words for it
The photo shows the funeral worker with two thumbs up, standing next to Maradona’s body. The owner of the funeral home got wind of it and got furious. He also thought it was impossible for his employee to stick two thumbs up next to the body. “Disgusting, really disgusting. I have no other words for it. ” The employee was fired immediately.
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‘Fluff’, as the legend affectionately called, was buried on Thursday (local time) during a private ceremony. Thousands of Argentines had come to the presidential palace in Buenos Aires to give their hero a final salute. That went chaotic. The police sometimes had to take action against fans who wanted to rush in to ‘see’ Diego one more time.
The world famous football player died of heart failure on Wednesday at the age of 60.
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