Source Pravda.Ru

People are buried with cell phones in Slovakia

The deceased are often buried with their cell phones in Slovakia. A priest had to stop the funeral ceremony because a dead body’s cell phone rang. A call from the coffin had an indescribable impression on the people present at the ceremony. Some person wanted to call his dead pal and the connected cell phone rang from a jacket pocket of the body. Another funny thing happened at another funeral, when a son of the dead man decided to check the charge of the batteries of the cellular phone, which was also put in the coffin together with the body.

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