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VIETNAM: Mume alala na maiti ya mkewe kwa miaka mitano(5)

Discussion in 'Mahusiano, mapenzi, urafiki' started by papag, Mar 15, 2012.

  1. papag

    papag JF-Expert Member

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    [​IMG]A Vietnamese man dug up his wife’s body, molded it with clay into a female figure and put it in his bed so he could hug it every night for the past five years.
    The man, 55-year-old Le Van from Ha Lam in the central Quang Nam province, is seen below with his wife’s remains and his son.
    According to reports, Van began by sleeping upon his wife’s grave after she died in 2003. He said that a year and a half later he decided to dig a tunnel next to his wife’s grave so he could sleep beside her away from the rain and wind.
    However, neighbors and local authorities found out about the practice and persuaded Van to stop. Subsequently in November 2004 Van returned to the grave, dug up his wife’s corpse and brought it home, where it remains today.
    Van’s son, photographed below with his mother’s corpse, is said to hug her body before going to bed each night.
    His father told the Lao Dong newspaper that his neighbours dared not visit him for years, but have since grown more accustomed to the idea and will now pay him a visit from time to time.
    “I’m a person that does things differently. I’m not like normal people,” he was quoted as saying. “My wife’s body only passed away but her spirit still accompanies us. I have no fear when it comes to sleeping with her at all.”
    Local authorities are said to be planning an inspection of the case because of new sanitation laws that rule a body must be cremated or buried, and that burials cannot be carried out in residential gardens without approval.
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  2. Mpita Njia

    Mpita Njia JF-Expert Member

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    Yea, he is different
     
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    Fmewa JF-Expert Member

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    Mh..... ukistaajabu ya Musa utayaona ya .......
    Angekuwa bongo tungesema mchawi kumbe yeye ni mtu wa kufanya vitu kwa njia ya tofauti
     
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