- 23-year-old thief dies
- Women climb into the coffin to dog him
- Followers disqualify this fact
Disrespect? A video is released in which several women say goodbye to a thief by dancing on top of his coffin. According to various reports, the girls climbed into the box of the deceased known as “El Russo” and began to dance to him, this happened in the city of Quevedo, Ecuador.
What a surprise that Internet users on social networks took after a video went viral in which several women, in the middle of a wake, climbed into the coffin of a thief to fire him and in the past dogging between shouts and applause from those present in the place, causing great stir among users.
Women fire a thief while dancing
According to information provided by different portals, such as Collective culture and Unotv.com, it is reported that Paul Tutiven from the Ecuadorian milieu Teleamazonas, was in charge of spreading this video, where it is possible to observe a group of women firing a thief by dancing.
The event took place at the full wake of a thief nicknamed “The Russian”, and between shouts and applause, people also crowded one side of the coffin to better witness the dance scene, in order to say goodbye to their dear friend , who had been accused of multiple robberies.
He died after a robbery, a group of women is made to turn after appearing dancing on top of a coffin
The portal Unotv.com, informs that the deceased is an alleged thief identified as Cristian Alexis Lamilla Litardo, nicknamed “The Russian”, 23 years old, who died last Sunday after, together with another person, assaulted a woman in the city of Quevedo and gave himself to the figa on a motorcycle.
After this robbery, the criminals began to be chased by a car, which ended up catching up with them, causing “El Russo” to shoot out of his vehicle and due to the blows and the impact, the young assailant died.
Women say goodbye to thief and pound him
As mentioned in a few lines above, the video was released thanks to the journalist, Paul Tutiven, who published the small clip on his official Instagram account, who wrote the following description at the bottom of the video: “In #Quevedo they dance in full funeral of alias “El Russo”. Friends danced on top of the coffin ”, they began to read.
“The Russian” died on Sunday, August 8 after being hit by a vehicle after committing an alleged assault, “however, what most surprised the followers was how the women climbed onto the coffin and fired him dancing, a practice that has been done in recent months.
Viral, a group of women appear dancing on top of a coffin
In the video it is seen how some women, without fear or pain, climbed onto the coffin of the now deceased 23-year-old thief, while to the rhythm of reggaeton music, they began to beat him, while the people who crowded his around them they got closer and began to clap and shout.
The video, which already has more than 60 thousand reproductions, unleashed endless comments, where users completely disapproved of the attitude of these women, who said goodbye to their friend dancing on top of his coffin, arguing that it was an incredible lack of I respect.
“That’s why the country is not progressing”, followers condemn the attitude of women dancing on a thief’s coffin
Various comments began to arrive on the video where a woman said goodbye to a thief dancing in his coffin, where users began to criticize the terrible attitudes that this group had, a follower wrote the following: “Thanks to the hundreds of series and novels of drug dealers and drugs that there are, we have people who believe that idolizing or doing the same is the coolest thing there is, poor people ”.
“Because of people like this, the country does not progress”, “A small sample of what our society is today”, “In other times, the respect they had for the memory of the deceased, the sadness or nostalgia of the relatives, how times have changed “,” Well, it is sad society, but they are and feel great “,” It is sad to see how all values and consciousness of life have been lost. ” YOU CAN SEE THE VIDEO HERE
Woman prohibits her family from attending her funeral with a simple message
Thinking about death is always difficult, especially when talking about her own, however, for a Hispanic woman her passage to the afterlife was very well planned, she even had the luxury of making it clear to whom she did not want to see the death. day of his funeral. Filed Under: Women Say Goodbye to Thief Dancing on His Coffin
As reported by the news portal T13, María Paz Fuentes Fernández, whose age was not specified, died on June 2 and it was the same woman who left clear instructions on who would be the people who could accompany her on her last goodbye and who would not be invited.
María Paz Fuentes Fernández became very famous after her death, because her unusual request went viral due to the strong message she left her blood family, according to various media where the news was released.
She was a resident of the city of Lugo, in Spain, and her death took place on June 2. Apparently the woman already knew that her death would soon come, so she did not hesitate to leave a harsh message for her family members. Filed Under: Women Say Goodbye to Thief Dancing on His Coffin
Your request went viral
It was announced that it was the same funeral home where the wake of the Hispanic woman was held, which was in charge of publishing the last will of María Paz Fuentes Fernández, who demanded that her family not attend the funeral, since apparently, in life did not have a very close relationship. Filed Under: Women Say Goodbye to Thief Dancing on His Coffin
The last will of María Paz Fuentes was the following, according to what was published by the funeral home: “Since my family has not been by blood for a long time, I impose my last will so that they only allow themselves to attend my funeral, in the funeral home, church and a cemetery to the people I mention below ”.
It is an exclusive list of only 16 people and the rest “keep it going.” Yes, with her message the woman complained to her relatives that they had not been present while she was alive: “Following my principles and my particular way of saying things, I order that: since my family has not been by blood for a long time, I impose my last wish so that only the people mentioned below are allowed to attend my funeral, in the funeral home, church and cemetery ”.
He continued with the list: “Fina García Vázquez, Juan Pedro Tejero García, Antón Montenegro, Segundo Viñas, Carmelita, Julián Francés, Rosa, Ana Tere Fernández, Ascensión Rodríguez, Susana, Silvia, Noelia, Pilar Lema, Ricardo, Juan”, he listed to the people who were allowed to ‘accompany’ her on her last goodbye. Filed Under: Women Say Goodbye to Thief Dancing on His Coffin
Made it clear
To conclude her message, Mrs. María Paz Fuentes Fernández was very clear: “To the rest of the people who never cared during my life, I wish you to continue as far as you were.” The message was published in a newspaper in Lugo, Spain and immediately went viral.
According to the publications that took up the news, it is not known for sure if the last will of María Paz Fuentes Fernández was fulfilled, but it is speculated that when seeing the forceful message and the energetic will of the Spanish woman, that family is not loved by her he may not have attended the funeral. Filed Under: Women Say Goodbye to Thief Dancing on His Coffin