Irish man charged after carrying corpse into post office to claim money - National | Globalnews.ca

2022-01-29 6:40:00 PM

A man entered the County Carlow post office and asked to collect the pension payment for an older man.

Post Office Dead Man, Declan Haughney

A man entered the County Carlow post office and asked to collect the pension payment for an older man.

The dead man's body was dropped on the floor of a post office in Ireland after a concerned staff member inquired about the man's well-being.

Haughney told the Irish Times that the deceased man was his uncle, but claimedand thought that, perhaps, he’d died on the walk to the post office.The local police told The Guardian there is anand a post-mortem will be conducted.According to the Irish Times, the second man was also charged and released from custody.

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