Maradona’s body desecrated; the images shock Argentina (photos)

Tears, songs, tributes, and an extremely inappropriate gesture. As reported by several Argentinian media, an employee of the funeral director in charge of the preparation of Diego Maradona’s body on Wednesday evening, has profane the body of the disappeared by deeming it useful to take a picture of the body of the world champion.

The snapshot, which was shared on social media and sparked widespread outrage in Argentina, shows the man in question – one Diego Molina – posing next to the open coffin, his thumb raised above the famous man’s body. number 10.

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To top it off, TyC Sports explains that this same employee was caught making a funny gesture on television cameras during the funeral convoy taking the coffin to the presidential palace for the wake. As if the latter, disconnected from the ambient atmosphere, wanted to take advantage of his little moment of celebrity.

According to TN media, Diego Molina, whose contact details circulated on the networks, has already been fired by his company, and has apologized to Maradona’s family. But another photo, in which two other men appear near the remains, is already starting to be relayed …

Maradona's body desecrated; the images shock Argentina (photos)

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