Men who took 'body' into Post Office to claim pension said man was 'very alive'

Summary by Ground News
Pair, said to be in their 30s, had taken the 'body' of Peadar Doyle into the branch to claim his pension after allegedly being told he had to request the money in person. When they propped him up against the counter a member of staff called the police. Officers believe he may have died around three hours before his impromptu trip to Hosey's newsagents and post office.
4 months ago

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Daily Mirror

Men who took 'body' into Post Office to claim pension said man was 'very alive'

The men who 'dragged the corpse' of a 66-year-old man into the post office before propping him against the counter claim he was 'very much alive' at the time

4 months ago·London, United Kingdom
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Irish Mirror

Men who 'dragged' dead body to collect pension insisted corpse 'very much alive'

The men had earlier attempted to collect his state pension but had been told Mr Doyle needed to present himself in person. The pair put a woolly jumper over his face and a hat on his head before taking him out of his house and back to the post office

4 months ago·Ireland
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Belfast Live

Men who 'dragged' body to claim pension insisted corpse 'very much alive'

The pair put a woolly jumper over the man's face and a hat on his head before taking him out of his house to the post office

4 months ago·Belfast, United Kingdom
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