Source Pravda.Ru

Coffin for rent service to appear in Moscow

A Moscow entrepreneur intends to offer a new service on the market of funeral services. The service will give people an opportunity to rent an expensive, decorated coffin for the viewing ceremony before burial.

The businessman submitted an application for the registration of "coffin for rent" service at the Moscow department of Rospatent (the Russian Patent Agency). For the time being, the company called Necropolis is developing a "coffin for rent" trademark.

According to company founder Ivan Moiseyev, the idea of renting a coffin is second to none. He says that this will give people an opportunity to bid farewell to their deceased loved one by putting the body in an expensive, adorned coffin. After the ceremony, the body would be put into a cheaper coffin for burial.

According to the businessman, the daily rent will be worth ten percent of the cost of the coffin (from 500 to 7,000 rubles, or up to $90).

Pravda.Ru

Read article on the Russian version of Pravda.Ru

Comments
How Russia can respond to Israel following Ilyushin Il20 shootdown
NATO's 5,000 warplanes ready to bomb Russia, Chinese media say
Russia sees Israel as enemy after Il-20 shootdown
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
Can Russia oppose coalition forces in the Mediterranean?
NATO to strike Russia through Suwalki Corridor
Russia considers pulling out from Council of Europe
NATO to strike Russia through Suwalki Corridor
Russia to abandon the US dollar at common people's expense
Russia to abandon the US dollar at common people's expense
On the verge of war: NATO tries to take over former Soviet states
On the verge of war: NATO tries to take over former Soviet states
On the verge of war: NATO tries to take over former Soviet states
On the verge of war: NATO tries to take over former Soviet states
Russia considers pulling out from Council of Europe
South Korean President finds DPRK people eating sturgeon at fancy restaurants
NATO to strike Russia through Suwalki Corridor
Sexual abstinence more harmful to women
Russia exposes audio recording proving Ukraine's implication in MH17 disaster
International Peace Day: We demand Peace!