posted on Mar, 12 2010 @ 06:35 PM
NEW YORK – A police tow truck removed a minivan parked outside a New York City funeral home, giving its dearly departed passenger an unexpected
side trip. NYPD spokesman Paul Browne said there was "nothing to indicate it was more than just an illegally parked car." Redden's Funeral Home
director Paul DeNigris said a windshield placard had fallen flat. The van's tinted windows helped obscure the white cardboard box that held the
DeNigris said he was "a wreck" after discovering the van missing Monday in Manhattan. He rushed to the tow pound, where he discreetly explained the
circumstances and got the van back. He also got body to an airport in time for a scheduled flight to Miami.
He plans to fight the $115 parking ticket.
Talk about a bad day
I guess they should be happy that the bomb squad wasn't called in ?