The driver of the special car and his colleague had lunch right in the cabin. The management of the funeral services bureau came out in their defense.
In Britain, funeral service officials drove to McDonald's for a bite to eat, while their car had a decorated coffin with the deceased inside. This was reported on Tuesday, November 12, by The Sun.
Information about the incident was published by a resident of Kent County Deborah Carlisle, who published photos of two service workers and a special vehicle on the Web – there is a package with the logo of a fast food restaurant on the dashboard of the car, and a coffin decorated with flowers is placed on the back.
According to the woman, the bureau staff had a bite to eat right in the car, which took them about half an hour. At this time, all the people in the parking lot “stood with open jaws, they could not believe what they saw.”
On the web, a scandal erupted between Carlisle and the owners of the bureau, which, according to them, is very popular among the entire Asian and Indian community. The ritual service claims that one of the employees has diabetes, and the deceased's son allowed him to have lunch before delivering the coffin to his home.
As a witness to the incident, who did not believe the words about diabetes, told them, both employees had lunch and they could do it outside the car.