This Has To Be Fake: Hearse Towed During Funeral
Reportedly this is not a fake image, but it is almost to ridiculous to believe. Think about it… A hearse being loaded up on a tow truck and being towed away for illegally parking in front of a church, while the funeral procession is walking out of the church? If this is a real image then I fell horrible for the family.
This image was posted two days ago on Twitter by user @mattpluskate. Looking at the guys Twiiter stream he seems to be just a normal guy. It doesn’t appear that he posted this in hopes of gaining any popularity from it either. Blow is a bigger picture of the alleged towing and also a link to a YouTube video of the towing.
There is speculation that this could be for some TV show but know one knows. Check it out below.
Ok.. Here is a bigger image:
Here is the YouTube Video of the towing:
So what do you all think? Is this for real or not? Lets hear your opinion in the comments.
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