Get ready for this one, it's pretty disturbing.
A funeral home in Brooklyn, NY that has seen a large influx of bodies coming into their establishment as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
You may have actually heard this part, but there were more than 100 bodies discovered inside of unrefrigerated U-Haul trucks outside the building.
But that wasn't even all of the bodies. There were more bodies inside just piled up on the floor.
The NYPD was called to the neighborhood after a passerby complained about the smell outside the Andrew T. Cleckley Funeral Home in the Flatlands neighborhood of Brooklyn.
Police found the home had rented four trucks which were holding about 50 corpses. Some bodies were also found lying on the facility’s floor, according to the New York Post, citing law enforcement sources.
No criminal charges were brought, according to an official speaking to the Associated Press, but the funeral home was cited for failing to control the odors.
People in protective gear could later be seen transferring bodies into a larger, refrigerated truck after the funeral home was able to obtain one.
The owner said, "I ran out of space. Bodies are coming out of our ears."
One of the most disturbing things about the whole incident is that the police were called after people who were passing by the funeral home saw some leakage and could smell an odor coming from the truck.
How terrible is it that there were bodies inside the hot, unrefrigerated trucks that were leaking fluids? That is absolutely gut-wrenching!
I guess I can KIND OF understand. I know that there have been a lot of people dying in New York and especially in the New York City area and maybe they didn't have anywhere else to store the unusual amount of bodies. But at that point, I think I would have had to say, "I'm sorry, but I do not have anywhere to put them."
Instead, this guy just piled them up on the floor and in a truck outside. What did he really think would happen?