A New Zealand funeral home has stepped in to stop a fake mourner who was attending up to four funerals a week to stock up on food, even filling up tupperware containers to take home, according to media reports.
Harbour City Funeral Home director Danny Langstraat told local newspaper The Dominion Post that the "grim eater" appeared at up to four funerals a week in March and April to enjoy the finger food but clearly did not know the deceased.
Indeed - it reminds me of that film - Wedding Crashers - Great
I know someone who would do this! He would think it makes good sense because a lot would probably be thrown away anyway. It was a guy who had never learned to read so he couldn't figure out rental agreements and such and lived in his car when he didn't have a girlfriend to help him. He was so excited when he finally started learning to read but I don't know if his attitude toward that sort of thing has changed.
Her boyfriend just died.
- You met her at a funeral?
The dude died
in a hang-gliding accident.
What an idiot!
"Oh, I'm hang gliding!
Honey, take a good picture...
What a freak!
You met her at a funeral.
Yeah, I'll throw in a wedding
every now and then,
but funerals are insane!
The chicks are so horny,
it's not even fair.
It's like fishing
- Yeah, crazy horny.
at a funeral?!
Grief is nature's
most powerful aphrodisiac.
A guy has got to eat. I suppose there ought to be a law against this now?
by Elena 6 years ago
Do you like the idea of having Weddings in Funeral Homes?I read about this online. I know it's good to budget, but not in this way.... Also, I think it will not bring good karma to a Marriage. Any thoughts?
by Kristi Sharp 5 years ago
Do you believe families come together more for weddings or funerals?When people attend a wedding it seems that families sometimes segregate and become stressed out. On the other hand, when there is a funeral, families come together, bond and overcome previous issues. What do you think?
by matama ellie 6 years ago
Is it appropriate to carry baggage from the past?
by TLMinut 7 years ago
Would you find it unacceptable for someone to request no funeral, someone you loved? I don't think I would want to put my kids, family, and friends to the expense, disruption, and awfulness of a funeral but would that be 'cheating' them somehow? If they're going to come see me, I'd prefer it to be...
by Keith Schroeder 6 months ago
and does not get banned...WINS
by oceancomforts4u 6 years ago
What are your thoughts about this subject considering costs, traditions and effects on family members left behind after a parent dies?
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