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Man in state with chips, beer and PlayStation

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New Orleans – The family of an American teenager, who was killed during a shooting, wanted their son to honor in a special way. This has been successful. Matthews felt during his funeral, no doubt at home.

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The 18-year-old Renard Matthews was posthumously laid in state in a basketbalshirt, with a PlayStation controller in hand and a bag of Doritos chips within easy reach (see photo below). “He was a boy that much was at home,” said mother Temeka Matthews against the local WGNO.

Matthews was fatally hit during a shooting on June 25, when he his walking the dog. The boy was brought to the cathedral by a company that specializes in special funerals – and also Matthews got a distinctive pose.

He played the game NBA2K, wore a shirt of a basketball player Kyrie Irving, including matching socks, and had a snazzy pair of sunglasses on. On the table was a bag of chips and a beer.

Earlier bore the same company, the 53-year-old Miriam “Mae Mae” Burbank in a similar position, with a beer and a glass of wine. She was a ’partygirl’, as was explained. “When I saw it, it seemed like I was at d” r was at home. When did the less pain,” said her sister at the time.

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