Are you serious? That's so disrespectful to their family and to the body.
The priest welcomes family and friends to say goodbye to their loved one.
But dude, like, my followers want to know my every move! I love my fans!
You have to be kidding me... go pray for forgiveness
Ignorant Rebecca takes a picture with the body instead of saying a prayer or goodbye. FACT: The Video Voyeurism Prevention Act prohibits the photographing or videotaping where one expects a "reasonable expectation of privacy." Violators can expect fines of up to $100,000 and/or up to a year in prison. (www.legalzoom.com)
A few moments later...
The priest teaches Rebecca about proper funeral etiquette and how her phone should not be out during a funeral.
It´s ok, I hope you learned your lesson. Don´t do it again please!
Hey father Lisante, I wanted to apologize for my behavior earlier. I realized I was wrong. I´m sorry.
Rebecca trys to tell the priest that her followers are more important than her dead friend.
Rebecca mourns the loss and realizes the importance of living in the moment (no pun intended) .
This concludes the burial.
Rebecca apologizes to the priest for her behavior. She learned her lesson that it is not appropriate to always be on her phone. FACT: Photographs of loved ones taken after they died may seem morbid to modern sensibilities. But in Victorian England, they became a way of commemorating the dead and blunting the sharpness of grief.