Funerals are one of the saddest events that we experience in life. Specially, when you have to attend a funeral of a very intimate one, the grievances and the sorrow that you experience at the moment can hardly be expressed by words.
It is said that we don’t take any of our riches when we go our last journey. Yet, there are people who try to go that last journey with everything that is possible for them to take.
The recently murdered 33 year old Sheron Sukhedo was a man who lived his life to the fullest. Father of two, was also a young millionaire in the area. He was known for posing everything with his gold signature and his last journey was also rich with several extravagances.
Prior to his cremation, he was doused in Moet Champagne and driven to his resting place in a $150,000 Bentley.
He was killed outside his wife’s home in Trinidad and Tobago last week. He was shot by a group who was known as Rasta City gang. The murder took place when he was driving. According to Trinidad and Tobago Guardian, a rival gang had been protecting the millionaire.
In his coffin, he laid with his extravagant jewellery showcasing the splendid life he had. What we feel is that people are making funerals an event to showcase their interests rather than making it a sombre event. Well yeah, why make it sombre!