Tak Bisa Nahan Rindu, Anak Bongkar Kuburan Ibu Yang Baru 40 Hari, Jenazah Dibawa Pulang Ke Rumah

Nasir (70) warga Kedungsumur Kecamatan Pakuniran, Kabupaten Probolinggo, membongkar kuburan sang ibu, yang meninggal dunia 40 hari lalu.

Dikutip dari Kompas.com, seorang warga mengungkapkan bahwa Nasir mengangkat jenazah sang ibu dan membawanya pulang ke rumah.
Ia juga melakukan hal tersebut di luar pengetahuan warga sekitar.

Nasir memasukkan jenazah sang ibu ke dalam karung hingga kemudian menggotongnya. Beruntung kejadian tersebut diketahui oleh kerabat Nasir.
Sul, kerabat Nasir lantas membujuknya agar mau mengembalikan jenazah sang ibu.
Bujukan tersebut akhirnya dilakukan oleh Nasir dan jasad ibunya dikembalikan Minggu (13/10/2019).
Diungkapkan oleh Kapolsek Pakuniran Iptu Habi Sutoko, pelaku yang membongkar makam sang ibu, diduga mengalami gangguan jiwa berat.

 Saat dikonfirmasi kepolisian, pihaknya juga membenarkan bahwa alasan pelaku membongkar makam ibunya sendiri, lantaran rindu.
Sumber: tribunnews.com
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