Social Media Remains Wanted, As Widows And Restaurants Turn Radio Silent
Lucy has yet to comment on the matter, leaving many on social media wondering what happened.
One person wrote: “I need to know what’s going on, ASAP.” “We have to close on this!” someone wrote. “Can we have a change? I have money now,” the third said.
Some netizens claim that the man may have faked his death, while others believe that all of this just led to the loss of the restaurant.
It may have been shocking, but it seems to have worked, with the Facebook restaurant pushing 22K views with hundreds of comments and likes.
If he had faked his death, he would be in good company.
Ex-Boxer Details Who Faked His Death After Learning His Wife Hired a Hitman to Kill Her
In 2019, a man described how he faked his own death to prove that his wife had hired him to kill her, according to New York Post.
Roman Sosa, a former professional boxer from Houston, Texas, worked with investigators and his best friend back in 2015 after police discovered that his wife Maria was trying to kill him.
The police sent Maria pictures of Roman lying in a shallow grave to give her the impression that her husband’s beating was over.
“When investigators told me the plan, my first thought was, ‘You’ve got to be kidding me, man,'” Sosa told Fox News Digital. “I thought they had enough evidence to arrest him. He told me, ‘Yes, we have enough evidence, but she is a beautiful lady. She is a mother of two children, a member of the group. We don’t want to take the chance of a trial and one of the judges will sympathize with him. We want to show him your dead picture, so he can answer us, and use it as evidence.’ And that’s how it turned out. “
Maria was arrested in 2015.