Mayor pretends to be dead in coffin to avoid police during lockdown

Mayor pretends to be dead in coffin to avoid police during lockdown

- In a funny move to evade arrest as the lockdown persists, a Peruvian mayor and his friends were out drinking during the lockdown

- The mayor's strategy was to lay in a coffin pretending to be dead with a mask covering his face

- The mayor and his friends were discovered, arrested and taken to the local police station where they were locked up for violating curfew and social distancing law

How surprising it can be to have a supposed custodian of the laws of a land or society breaking it. That is the case of a mayor who is currently regretting his action.

As many people continue to stay safe during the coronavirus pandemic in the world, the mayor of Peru did the unthinkable by hiding in a coffin.

The mayor, a report stated, quickly decided to lay inside the coffin with a mask covering his face when cops in the small town came to bust him for breaking coronavirus lockdown rules.

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According to the Standard UK, the mayor identified as Jaime Rolando Urbina Torres was drunk when the police and his friends took cover as well.

Torres was photographed lying in an open casket pretending to be dead after police caught him flouting coronavirus lockdown rules.

One of his friends lay in another coffin beside him, while others from the group reportedly hid in drawers.

The mayor and his friends were taken to the local police station where they were kept for violating curfew and social distancing laws.

According to media reports, the mayor has been on the spotlight for violating the lockdown rules.

Peru is one of the most hit countries by the coronavirus in South America following closely behind Brazil.

Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that the World Health Organisation (WHO) released an update on coronavirus cases on the African continent.

In a Facebook post WHO made on Friday, May 22, there are 3,078 deaths from the virus as over 39,000 people have made recoveries.

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In the number of deaths category, Algeria leads the table with 576 deaths, while South Africa and Nigeria have 369 and 211 death cases respectively, putting Nigeria in the third position among countries with the highest number of casualties in Africa.

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Source: Legit.ng

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