A family in Thohoyandou in Limpopo province of South Africa was shocked after they came to terms that they buried a doll while they thought they were burring their own son.
The 18 years old son who died in March was buried by his family in front of the community in Revene Village under Vhembe district the same month but rumors grow that he was seen two weeks after they buried him.
The rumors grow stronger after his uncle saw him roaming around in Gauteng.
The family decided to visit his graveside on the 27 of April to dig his grave after the deceased uncle also confirmed that he indeed saw him in Gauteng walking around.
They went to the grave to dig it and found out that inside the coffin it was a doll, not their son’s body.
The family was left devastated and in disbelief at what could have happened to their son’s body because they saw his body lying in a mortuary before the funeral.
One theory that seems to have gained traction over the past couple of days is that the teenager has managed to fake his own death.
However, this can result in some serious legal consequences.
If our very own ‘Lazarus’ has staged his demise in order to make an insurance claim or indulge in identity theft, then that will leave him at the mercy of the South African judicial system.
However, if there was no financial or criminal element involved, then the teenager won’t have broken the law