- Footage of a man who allegedly removes pillows from the graves of dead people has surfaced online
- Eyewitnesses claim they saw the man repackaging the stolen pillows
- The video is rapidly gaining attention on social media
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A striking video has emerged of a cemetery caretaker who allegedly removed pillows from the graves of the dead to repackage and sell to unsuspecting victims.
In the alarming video that is widely being circulated on social media, the man, who was only identified as the caretaker of an undisclosed burial site, was taped while allegedly collecting pillows from the cemetery.
According to an eye witness who videoed the man, he saw the man responsible for maintaining the cemetery collecting the pillows from the graves of some buried deceased persons.
The voice over the video also claimed he saw the man repackaging the pillows.
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The cemetery caretaker, however, denied the allegation without giving any tangible reason why he removed the pillows from the graves of the deceased.
However, the eyewitness, who claimed he saw the cemetery caretaker collecting the pillows, stood by his words and cautioned people to be extra careful about where they purchase their pillow.
According to him, the man was removing the pillows from the graves to repackage and sell.
The man who recorded the video, together with some other eyewitnesses, compelled the cemetery caretaker to burn the used pillows.
Watch video below.
In another story, YEN.com.gh reported heart-breaking photos of a bubbly Ghanaian lady who died, Nana Ama Lydia, have evoked devastating tributes from her family and loved ones.
In a recent post shared by Kofi TV, Nana Ama was confirmed dead in June along with a heart-breaking message.
While details of the cause of death were not shared along with the young vibrant lady’s photos, news of her demise has left her friends and family utterly shattered.
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