What The...?! Brazilian Woman Brings Dead Man to Bank to 'Sign Off' on Loan

Nick Kangadis | April 17, 2024
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In what might be the weirdest, creepiest and most degenerate story I’ve ever written — and that’s saying something — we head to Brazil.

Apparently, a woman who claims she’s the caregiver for who she says is her uncle brought him into a bank on Tuesday to sign off on a loan in her name. You might be thinking, ‘What’s the problem with that?’

Well…he’s deceased — not just now, but at the time she brought him into the bank.

According to the Daily Mail:

Bank employees started filming the pair and ended up calling for an ambulance and police as she used her hand to keep the deceased pensioner's head upright and told him: 'Uncle, are you listening? You have to sign it. I can't sign for you.’

Footage showed the woman telling the dead man to grip hold of his pen hard as she placed it between his fingers and encouraged him to sign a piece of paper at the bank branch in Bangu, a neighbourhood in the western area of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.[...]

Paramedics called to the scene confirmed that the deceased pensioner, Paulo Roberto Braga, 68, had passed away a few hours earlier.

Authorities verified that Braga was dead when he was brought to the bank.

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(WARNING: Some may find the footage below disturbing.)

Heck yeah, that was disturbing. What in the blue hell was this woman thinking? Was she on drugs?

The woman was obviously arrested, but it’s not as of yet as to the charges filed against her.

I honestly don’t know what else to say about this story. This is a new one, even for me.


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