A 51-year-old woman named Laurie Lynn Hinds has been arrested after spitting on a corpse during a funeral viewing in Tyler, Texas. The woman probably had some grudges against the dead person when alive and decided to take it a bit further by spitting on the dead body during the viewing.
According to NewsWeek;
According to reports, 51-year-old Laurie Lynn Hinds was arrested in connection to an incident that went down at a funeral viewing months ago. Hinds allegedly went into a funeral viewing that took place in Tyler, Texas, and spat on a body inside of a casket instead of paying respects.
Hinds was hit with a felony charge and was arrested almost seven months after committing the crime. A witness on the scene reportedly told police of the “animosity” Hinds had towards the family of the dead person she spits on.
A warrant for Hinds’ arrest was issued in early 2022. Hinds’ bond was set at $2,500, and the woman posted it. However, she is now facing felony abuse of a corpse. If convicted, she could face up to two years in a state jail along with a fine of $10,000.
In Texas law, “abuse of a corpse” is committed by anyone who “disinters, disturbs, damages, dissects” or “carries away” a human corpse. Concealing, trafficking or transmitting the corpse out of state and treating it “in an offensive manner” are also included under the offense.
Who does she think she is Big Fendi?
The meme made famous the phrase: “I stopped by one of my biggest hater’s funeral today just to make sure they were dead.” It basically means good riddance and Embiid wouldn’t be crying any tears over Simmons’ departure.
The man behind the original meme is known as Big Fendi TV. On Instagram he has more than 630,000 followers and he also hosts a popular podcast.
Big Fendi also happened to be at the All-Star Game recently, and made sure he got a picture with Joel Embiid, who was playing for Team Durant.
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