Deceased worn $100,000 worth of jewellery at burial


The remains of a man in Trinidad and Tobago was doused in Moet champagne before being cremated following a funeral service where he was laid in a gold casket wearing $100,000 worth of jewellery.

Sheron Sukhedo, 33, was gunned down in last week.

On Friday, the millionaire real estate mogul and used car dealer was laid to rest how he lived – flashing his wealth.

He was laid in a $50,000 gold casket, adorned with gold pendants and jewellery reportedly worth $100,000, as mourners paid their respects.

A pair of Timberland boots was also placed inside the casket by his relatives.

The father-of-two’s body was escorted from his funeral service to the crematorium in a $150,000 Bentley.

His jewellery is believed to have been removed before he was cremated.

The deceased lived his life in the fast lane.

In 2016, an attempt was made on his life but he escaped.

On January 11, Sukhdeo posted a meme featuring Colombian drug lord and narco-terrorist Pablo Escobar, whom he admired. The post read, “I can replace things but I could never replace my wife and kids.”


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