- A funeral of a well-known 33-year-old billionaire has gone viral
-Through out his lifetime, late Sheron Sukhdeo lived a completely luxurious and extravagant life
- The young estate agent and car dealer was shot dead near his family home at night in Trinidad and Tobago
- Family, friends and work associates gathered to give the deceased a befitting burial which cost over R23 million
Tears and extravagance as a young billionaire was buried in Trinidad and Tobago recently. Sheron Sukhdeo who was an estate agent and car dealer had amassed billions in wealth and lived a luxurious lifestyle for the most adult life of his 33 years on earth.
However all that money and material wealth followed him to his grave when he was buried in what has been described as the most expensive funeral ceremony ever organised. According to reports, the father of two was shot dead near his family home, late at night on a certain day.
After being rushed to the hospital, Sheron was pronounced dead and his lifeless body was transported back home to his wife, Rachael Sukhdeo. Plans for a befitting burial was immediately set in motion and on the day, hundreds trooped out with heavy hearts to bury the wealthy man.
Sukhdeo was buried in gold casket said to have cost 17.5 million and decorated with gold jewelry worth over N700 million. To top it up, the billionaire was sent to the afterlife with his customised Timberland boots.
Just before he was reduced to ashes according to his wife's Hindu tradition, he was bathed in expensive champagne shower and escorted with exotic cars stunt show.
May the soul of the departed rest in peace.
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