Man Pranks His Family Members At His Own Funeral By A Pre-Recorded Message!

How can someone prank someone at a funeral? Funerals are meant to be saddening as witnessing one of your family who was part of your life is no longer there. Well, this Man hilariously his own family members by having a pre-recorded message! So, what's the message and how did he do it? Scroll down

Meet the Irish guy who’s no more!

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Shay Bradley of Kilnamanagh in the south of Dublin, Ireland, passed October 8. but his last words can’t be forgotten! He changed the meanings of funerals that are usually meant to be full of heartbreaking experiences. So, what’s the recording played during his funeral?

Hey Guys!

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When his family members were lowering his coffin and the bagpipes began to play, a recorded voice began to play.  “Hello? Hello,” Shay said. “Let me out, it’s dark here,” he added. Everyone was confused at first but later disappeared all tears into laughter.

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Her daughter uploaded the video on Facebook

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“My dad, Shay Bradley. It was his dying wish that we played this at his funeral. What a man… To make us all laugh when we were incredibly sad….. He was some man for one man… Love you forever Poppabear #Shayslastlaugh,” Andrea said on Twitter 

Who knew about the whole prank?

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Chloe Kiernan, Bradley’s granddaughter said that he was concerned about scaring the younger ones so his wife and his grandchildren were in the whole prank. “He would love to know how many people he made laugh!!! He was an amazing character, “her daughter wrote on Twitter.

He’s a bright character!

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“It was beautiful to hear his voice and it just made me happy as that was him, so funny and always making others laugh, he’s such a bright character, he would be loving this right now,” Kiernan told the sources. The response from the whole Internet is overwhelming. Look over some comments below.

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Here are the comments!

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One of the Reddit users said “Anyone can predict the time of their own death. It takes real planning to predict the time and place of their own funeral and here’s the video

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