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Woman arrested after taking corpse to sign bank loan

Sky News Wednesday, 17 April 2024
A woman has been arrested in Brazil after she brought a 68-year-old man who had been dead for hours into a bank to sign for a loan.
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News video: Brazilian woman brazenly wheels elderly man's corpse into bank to co-sign a loan for her

Brazilian woman brazenly wheels elderly man's corpse into bank to co-sign a loan for her 01:11

Brazilian woman brazenly wheels elderly man's corpse into bank to co-sign a loan for her

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