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Top 4 Funerals That Left The World Confused

In the world we know, people are usually buried in coffins or caskets at funerals, but nothing else is out of the ordinary.


Here are the world's four most shocking funerals in no particular order.

Igbo Man from Nigeria


A new BMW X5 was used to bury a deceased Nigerian man instead of a traditional coffin.


The BMW X5 burial car, which is said to have cost 32 million Naira (approximately £66,310 at the current exchange rate), was part of a promise made by the man's son.


a politician from South Africa

Tshekede Bufton Pitso, a well-known politician in South Africa, requested to be buried in his Mercedes.


Pitso, a former leader of the Eastern Cape's United Democratic Movement (UDM), passed away last week.


As he walked to his used Mercedes E500 limousine from the 1990s, he passed out in his driveway.


Nigerian Businessman with a Large Net Worth



the social media world was taken aback by a Nigerian man's bizarre decision to bury his father in a brand new high-tech vehicle rather than a coffin.


It's been reported that Azubuike, a man who appears to be wealthy, lost his father to old age and had promised to buy him a flashy car.


Autoevolutionary Buried Alive In A G-Wagon



It was designed to be a bunker, after all. Considering the obvious state of the world, many people these days fear the apocalypse, in the sense that Hollywood has been selling it for years. A sketch of his bunker design can be seen in the background. Yikes!


The aforementioned Miss Belvedere

courtesy of the AMSOIL Blog


In a contest where participants had to guess how many people lived in Tusla, Oklahoma in 2007, this 1957 Plymouth was buried with a full tank of gas, according to motorbuscuit.com. The car was scheduled to be unearthed in 2007 and would be awarded to the contestant who provided the most accurate estimate.

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