A man in Taiwan organized 50 relatively tasteful Jeep-top pole dancers to perform as part of his politician father's funeral procession. *gets choked up* I'm sorry, it's just so touching.
"He told us he wanted this through a dream two days before the funeral", his brother Tung Mao-hsiung told local news channel CTS.
76-year-old Tung Hsiang's two-hour long funeral procession was organised by his son who said his father "enjoyed a buzz."
Heck yeah, who doesn't enjoy a buzz? We all chase it in diifferent ways. Some people booze it up, some people smoke, some people work out, other people extreme sport. Me? I drink whatever's in this white bottle. "That's bathroom cleaner." It does the trick.
Keep going for a funeral procession worth attending.
Thanks to DDD, who agrees you can never have enough dancers or fire-eaters at a funeral.