TikToker Fakes Deαth, Surprises Family At Fun*ral For Life Lesson

A TikToker from Belgium pretended to d!e and then showed up at his own fun*ral to educate his family a “life lesson” about the necessity of staying in touch.

According to The Times U.K., David Baerten, also known as Ragnar le Fou on social media, came up with the idea after becoming dissatisfied with how his family had fragmented.

“What I see in my family often hurts me,” he said, per the newspaper. “I never get invited to anything. Nobody sees me. We all grew apart. I felt unappreciated. That’s why I wanted to give them a life lesson, and show them that you shouldn’t wait until someone is deαd to meet up with them.”

TikToker Fakes Death, Surprises Family At Funeral For Life Lesson

The TikToker, 45, enlisted the assistance of his wife and children to pull off the hoax.

“Rest in peace Daddy. I will never stop thinking about you,” one of his daughters wrote on TikTok before the service. “Why is life so unfair? Why you? You were going to be a grandfather, and you still had your whole life ahead of you. I love you! We love you! We will never forget you.”

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The TikToker, who has over 165,000 followers, subsequently arrived at the event in a helicopter.

“Cheers to you all, welcome to my fun*ral,” he said in a video. Baerten hugged some relatives as others appeared perplexed, and he appeared to reply to criticism about his prank by remarking, “Only half of my family came to the fun*ral.”

“That proves who really cares about me,” he said, according to the newspaper. “Those who didn’t come, did contact me to meet up. So in a way I did win.” In the comments area, people had different feelings about the prank. One viewer branded it a “pathetic stunt,” while another quipped that they expected Succession to end similarly.

Others, meanwhile, expressed sympathy for the man. “It’s sad that some family members only see you after you’re dead,” one user said, adding, “I know how he feels.”

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