Sunday 25 September 2022 03:35 AM Man is caught PEEING on grave of ex-wife he divorced 48 years ago by woman's ... trends now
A man has been caught urinating on the grave of his ex-wife whom he divorced 48 years ago.
In shocking footage, captured by a hidden camera set up by family members, the man can be seen pulling up in his SUV only to get out while leaving the engine running to walk over to a gravesite.
The man can then be seen unzipping his pants in order to relieve himself, completely unawares that his every move is being caught on film.
The footage was posted to Facebook by Michael Murphy, 43, whose mother, Linda Louise Torello, lies six feet under on the gravesite being urinated upon.
A man has been caught on camera urinating on his ex-wife's grave
Michael Murphy, pictured at his mother's gravesite, at first believe the feces that had been left was from a dog walker but then realized it as in fact a deliberate act
The man, who was married 48 years ago, was seen getting out of his car and then peeing on the gravesite
'THIS IS BREAKING MY HEART,' he wrote. 'A man from Bergen county New Jersey has been leaving bags of poo and pissing on my mothers tombstone almost every morning like a normal routine' assisted by his wife also.
'We have weeks and months of evidence. It has been reported to the police and the news outlets. No one in my family has had contact with him since 1976 or so how he found my mothers grave site we are not sure. But this stems back to a problem almost 50 years ago. Pray for us thank you and please share this!!!' Murphy wrote online.
Torello died in 2017 at the age of 66 from cancer meaning her ex-husband may well have been peeing on the gravesite for five years.
She is buried at a cemetery at Tappan Reformed Church in Orangetown, New York.
At first, Murphy noticed a bag containing feces but thought that it had been left there by mistake, perhaps by a dog walker. But then he noticed the same thing the next time he visited the site.
The police were called and Torello's children got permission from the manager at the cemetery to place a camera