Late Irish Man Left Mourners In Tears Of Laughter With Pre-Recorded Message Played At His Funeral


Funerals are no joking matter for most people, and they’re usually a time of grief and serious reflection. However, there are people in this world who believe that funerals should be a time of laughter through tears, and the perfect time to remember and commemorate the lives of the people we’ve lost.
A video has recently gained huge popularity on the internet and it was actually taken at the funeral of an Irish man. As his family and friends gathered around the casket, suddenly a voice came out of nowhere and said: “Hello?”, followed by a loud noise, seemingly coming out of the casket.

Anne Bradley, the man’s wife, told Bored Panda that the actual recording was done in one take, over a year before the funeral. She revealed that her son told her about the recording the day before his funeral, and she explained that only the closest family was aware of the recording.

People seem confused as to what is happening, but laughter starts to take over soon, and they realized that the man decided to play one last prank to his family and friends with a hilarious recording.

The video was originally shared by Andrea Bradley, the daughter of the late man, Shay Bradley. She captioned the video with:

My dad’s dying wish, always the prankster, ya got them good Poppabear 😉 and gave us all a laugh just when we needed it!! I will love you forever 😘😘#shayslastlaugh”.

The man who decided to prank his family was Shay Bradley, a grandad of eight from Dublin. His wife told BoredPanda that he was always a prankster, always thought outside the box, and wanted to leave his family laughing.

This is what people on Reddit had to say about the video: