Funeral of dreams: a fan sent to the light of a computer game

Parents filmed as the dead son allegedly playing a computer game

Похороны мечты: фаната отправили на тот свет под компьютерную игру

18-year-old fan of the Boston Celtics Renard Matthews was tragically killed during a firefight on June 26.

This writes “Know.The sport”.

Похороны мечты: фаната отправили на тот свет под компьютерную игру

The guy’s family gave him a funeral ceremony in the style of their favorite team. On Renard’s put Mike on the Celtics with 11 number under which plays Kyrie Irving, socks with your favorite athlete and sunglasses.

Before Matthews has a large TV set and the Playstation 4 launched simulator NBA 2K, which I loved to play the late. To take part in the match the guy, of course, could not, so his family simply staged a simulation of the match Boston Celtics – Golden state Warriors.

Похороны мечты: фаната отправили на тот свет под компьютерную игру

In addition, near Renard put his favorite Doritos and beer Barq’s.

The opinion of YouTube users are divided after seeing: some are shocked, others believe that Renard definitely would have appreciated such a gesture.

As previously reported by the portal “Znayu” Ministers of Britain took part in secret rehearsals of the funeral ceremony on the death of Queen Elizabeth II. This publication reports The Times.

In the case of mourning of the event, all the festive events will be held in the Banquet hall of Whitehall Palace on the next day after the death of the monarch.

Important rehearsal of the ceremony took place at the end of June. In addition, the rehearsal was a question about who of the Ministers will have to make a public statement. Including at a closed meeting was attended by the Deputy Prime Minister of the country David Lidington, the Minister for Scotland, David Mundell, leader of the house of Commons Andrea Leeds and the interior Minister Sajid Javid.

It is noted that the rehearsal has nothing to do with the deterioration of the health of the Queen. Earlier, the 92-year-old Elizabeth II could not attend the service in St. Paul’s Cathedral because of poor health.

Recall, the 92-year-old Queen Elizabeth II is feeling unwell and missed the service at the Cathedral of St. Paul.

It is written in an official statement, the Royal Palace, according to Reuters.

“Today the Queen is bad and she decided not to attend the Morning service in St. Paul’s Cathedral in honor of the 200th anniversary of the order of Saint Michael and Saint George,” – said in the Palace.

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