Funeral worker fired after selfie with body Maradona – Wel.nl

Funeral worker fired after selfie with body Maradona – Wel.nl
Funeral worker fired after selfie with body Maradona – Wel.nl

An employee of the funeral home responsible for football hero Diego Maradona’s funeral has been fired on the spot after it was revealed that he had opened the Argentinian superstar’s coffin to take a selfie with him. This reports The Mirror.

The British newspaper got hold of the photo, but decided not to post it on their website out of respect for Maradona and his family. The owner of the funeral home was furious when he got wind of the incident, all the more so because his employee also showed two thumbs up in the photo. “Disgusting, really disgusting. I have no other words for it.”

‘Fluffy’, as the legend affectionately called, was buried on Thursday afternoon (local time) during a private ceremony. Thousands of Argentines had come to the presidential palace in Buenos Aires to give their hero a last greeting, which did not always go well. The police sometimes had to take action against fans who wanted to rush in to ‘see’ Diego one more time.

Many famous stars, both Dutch and international, have expressed through social media that they are deeply shocked and sad about the death of one of the world’s best football players.

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