NewsDesk, Sept 23-There is a never-ending supply of weird content on the internet from all around the world. They keep us glued to our screens all day long, whether it’s with clever cooking tips, charming animal movies, or creative wedding invitations. The internet is currently split over a man’s newspaper advertisement regarding his misplaced death certificate.
Rupin Sharma, an Indian Police Service (IPS) officer, posted a picture of a print advertisement on Twitter on Sunday in which a guy claimed to have misplaced his death certificate, a record that is only created once someone passes away.
The advertising stated, “I have lost my death certificate at Lumding Bazar (in Assam) dated 07/09/22.” Additionally, the serial number and registration of the lost certificate were provided.
Mr. Sharma captioned the picture with the funny phrase “It happens only in India.”
The advertisement’s image has gone viral on the internet after it was shared. Netizens questioned whether the man was pleading with god for assistance.Even in joke, some folks asked for advice on who to contact if they found the lost item.
If found where the certificate must be supplied, Heaven or Hell, a user questioned? Someone else remarked, “This is ‘Ad-bhoot’.”
Another said, “Someone’s death certificate has gone missing. Please give him his death certificate back if you find it. Please proceed with urgency; else, the ghost will become enraged.” “First time someone misplaced his death certificate,” a fourth person stated.