This is the bizarre moment three women mount the coffin of a dead biker and proceed to bump and grind up and down the coffin whilst loud music blares in the background and the crowd cheer them on.
The footage was captured at the funeral of Cristian Alexis Lamilla Litardo, a 23-year-old biker better known as ‘The Russian’ who died after being run over in the Ecuadorian city of Quevedo on 8th August.
The Russian’ funeral came to the attention of local media after footage of three guests twerking on the man’s coffin were shared online following the funeral last Tuesday (10th August).
The footage shows three women dancing and grinding on the coffin whilst reggaeton blares in the background.
The crowd can be heard cheering the three women on as they drink beers and sing along to the tune whilst according to local media several shots were fired into the air by guests as a sign of respect.
The incident is reminiscent of alleged Brazilian drug trafficker Mano Paulinho’s (‘Brother Paul’) funeral in Brazil where his wife removed her trousers and sat on her dead husband’s face as per his last request.
The footage shows Paulinho’s wife, Bia, grinding back and forth on her late husband’s face in just a skimpy pair of knickers as he rests inside his open coffin, surrounded by mourners.
She allegedly performed the act because Paulinho had asked her at least a week beforehand that if he were to be killed, that she rub her vagina on his face.
Local news site Then24 reports that ‘The Russian’ was run over following a car chase that began after he allegedly assaulted and robbed a woman in the street.
During the car chase, several shots were exchanged between the Russian and the unidentified driver of the other car.
The car chase culminated in the Russian crashing his motorbike leaving him gravely injured. He died as a result of his injuries shortly after being transferred to a local hospital.
Geovanny Arguello, the local police chief, told local news site Que Pasa Jujuy that Litardo was responsible for committing countless crimes in Quevedo.