Grieving family of Mazabuka has refused to bury body of their relative after they realised that a chunk of skin was missing from the Deceased's left hand.
According to information shared on Facebook by Zambia Reports, the family of Mazabuka Chitongo returned to their village with an empty coffin after refusing to bury their 70 year old relative until the hospital explains how a chunk of skin went missing from his hand.
The body of Benson Moya will remain in mortuary until next week Tuesday as the family demands answers through a postmortem into the mystery of the missing skin. The mortuary attendant was saved by police as Moya's family tried to beat him for revealing that he suspects rats might have eaten the skin
Screenshots of a post on Facebook by Zambia Reports
Do you think that rats might have eaten Benson Moya's skin while he was at the mortuary? Who is to be blamed for the missing skin? Feel free to drop your opinion.
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