Argentine police raid the homes of 3 people and took a selfie with Maradona’s body

Argentine police raided the homes of 3 people, who took “selfies” with the body of legend Diego Armando Maradona, during the funeral ceremony.

And Diego Maradona left our world last Wednesday, at the age of 60.

The Spanish newspaper “Mundo Deportivo” reported that Argentine police raided the homes of 3 people who took a selfie with Maradona’s body.

The newspaper added that the Argentine police found 3 mobile phones, a computer, and the shirts they were wearing, while taking selfies.

They confirmed that the Prosecutor of the Argentine city of Buenos Aires called for an investigation with those people who took a selfie with the body of the tango legend.

The newspaper added that the three people “may face the deceased’s inviolability.”

Diego Armando Maradona is one of the greatest footballers of all time, helping Argentina win the 1986 World Cup.

Argentine reports indicated that Diego Maradona had died, due to severe heart failure.

Reports added that Mardonna suffered a severe pulmonary crisis due to heart failure to remove fluid from the lung circulation, or due to direct damage to the lung parenchyma.

Diego’s lawyer, Armando Maradona, also called for an investigation into the death of the former football star, claiming that his client was left waiting for 30 minutes for an ambulance to arrive to rescue him.

Mardonna played football for Boca Juniors, Napoli and Barcelona, ​​among many others and was adored by millions for his remarkable skills.

The last appearance of Maradona was published by his spokesman, while he was in hospital.

Maradona appeared in the photo posted on November 11, shaking hands with his doctor, Leopold Locke, in Buenos Aires.

Maradona was discharged from hospital on Wednesday before last, after a successful operation to remove a blood clot from the brain.

The doctor stated at the time that Maradona “has a release in place and he can go home.”

Maradona has been hospitalized several times since retiring from football, nearly dying of heart failure caused by cocaine addiction in 2000 and undergoing years of rehabilitation.


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