On August 18, a 53-old salesman suffered a heart attack and died while working at a Carrefour supermarket in Recife, Brazil. The body was covered with umbrellas and surrounded by boxes, beer crates, and makeshift sidings during four hours while the establishment continued to function. The company released a statement saying it 'changed the guidelines for rare situations like this - including the mandatory closing of the store -, to bring more sensitivity and respect when dealing with fatalities.'
Nedez Explorer — Level 11 says:
That's not humane. There could be traces of deadly exudes leaving the dead body into the atmosphere from where it gets inhaled into the body. What kind of profit making venture is this store owner running that warrants such action? Surely disappointing2 months ago
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