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Friends of the deceased pensioner brought to the post office have unleashed ‘very nasty’ jokes as police rule out foul play

The PALS of a pensioner whose lifeless corpse was brought into a post office has sparked internet jokes about the incident – as Mr. gardai rules out foul play.

Councilor Fergal Browne said staff at Hosey’s Shop in Carlow are still struggling to reach terms Peadar Doyle’s Death on Friday.

Gardai captured the removal of the man's body left behind at the post office on Staplestown Road in Carlow

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Gardai captured the removal of the man’s body left behind at the post office on Staplestown Road in CarlowCredit: Dylan Vaughan

He told us: “What happened was shocking, strange and very upsetting for all involved. No one deserves it when they die.

“It’s annoying for the staff to work, that is grief for the family. Horrible, it goes below common courtesy. ”

Two men picked up Peadar’s lifeless corpse and tried to withdraw the death benefit on Friday morning.

IMMEDIATELY INTERESTED

But an employee at the post office immediately raised concerns about the man’s welfare.

When challenged, the scammers assumed the deceased man was having a heart attack – before they proceeded to release the body and flee the scene.

Gardai interviewed suspects in their 30s, one of whom knew the dead man.

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One of the previous suspects tried claim old age pension at the post office.

However, he was told the only person who could receive the payment was Peadar himself.

A Garda spokesman told The Irish Sun: “An autopsy of the deceased has been concluded.

“The results of the autopsy were not released for operational reasons. Offense is not suspected”.

‘HE DIE IN THE OFFICE OF THE POST’

The guards are now understood to be focusing on whether or not any crime occurred in the post office.

One of the men who took Peadar to the post office claimed that they gave him a “glass of water” before leaving.

The man told The Sunday World: “We gave him water and that.

“And then we had to lift him up and take him all the way down to the post office but make sure he never even got a chance to get his money.

“He probably died in the post office – at the ice cream freezer, I’d say that’s where he left off.”

ONLINE ‘VERY LOVED’ JOBS

While the other man claimed he was violently assaulted for his social media statements about the incident.

Funeral home director Rory Healy said the family would not be releasing Peadar’s photo and revealed they were traumatized by the jokes people had made about the tragedy online.

He said: “The family has decided not to publish a photo of Peadar because of some very nasty things going viral online.”

Peadar’s funeral will take place today (MON) at Holy Family Church before he is buried at St. Mary’s then.

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