Morgue workers raping the dead
Dwayne Mcleod, Staff Reporter
If you think that you will evade the hands of sexual predators when you die, think again.
Recent investigations by THE STAR has revealed that some male morgue employees in Kingston and Montego Bay are indulging in sexual activities with females, once they are pronounced dead.
As disgusting as the activity might sound, THE WEEKEND STAR was nevertheless able to speak with two morgue operators from Kingston and one from Montego Bay whom all admitted to dealing with at least one such report in the past year, a claim which other morgue employees support.
One Kingston morgue operator informed THE WEEKEND STAR that earlier this year, one attendant had to flee his job after his co-workers allegedly caught him in a very compromising position with a deceased young lady who had arrived at the morgue only minutes before.
TWO FOOT DEM IINA DI AIR
"Wi deh roun a di back a easy and a chat an ting cause a ready wi did ago get ready fi leave..A one a di sistren dem ask weh.......deh? Wi a look fi di man an go inna di dead room go si di yute hice up di lifeless woman two foot dem inna di air and a stroke..Him frighten when him si wi, all him coulda a do a jus run pull up him pants and run off," said an employee.
Other morgue workers as well as residents from the surrounding community explained that the individual from time to time made many suggestive jokes which pointed to him performing the act, but they say they never took him serious as he was a known joker.
"Is a bredda weh always a joke eno, an him use to run whole heap a joke bout a pure sexy dead woman a come inna di place an him ago start look dem," an employee of the morgue explained.
The morgue operator in Montego Bay told THE WEEKEND STAR that in the past year and a half, he has had to deal with three different individuals for various reports of them 'raping the dead.'
"Trust me people who hear stories like this might think it's just made up stuff, but as crazy as it might sounds, it's actually true...When I first heard of it I use to just laugh and tell my workers to stop spreading rumours, but after they beat the first guy after catching him that's when I started to believe," the operator explained to THE WEEKEND STAR.
Head of the Funeral Directors Association of Jamaica, Ferdinand Madden, said that stories of that nature are nothing new to Jamaica, but he claimed that he has never received any such reports from the directors whom he represents.
"Some of these stories are just rumours, while some are true," he admitted.
While these sick acts continue the police say that offenders cannot be charged of a crime for their behaviour. An officer told THE WEEKEND STAR that an offence can only be constituted by an individual who is alive. At such the police are not familiar with any reported cases.
Wha di fuk wrong wid som ppl
how di fuk u gon fuk a fukin dead person
DAH SHIT IS SICKNIN