Social media wants more information, when widows and restaurants turn off the radio
Lucy has yet to say anything else on the matter, leaving many on social media wondering what happened.
“I need to know what is going on, ASAP,” one person wrote. “We need to end this!” other posted. “Can we have an update? Now I’ve invested,” a third commented.
Some online investigators say the husband may have faked his own death, while others believe the whole thing was just a publicity stunt to get the restaurant to go viral.
If it was a stunt, it seems to have worked, with the restaurant’s Facebook post hitting 22k views and hundreds of comments and likes.
If he faked his death, he would actually have a huge amount of company.
Details of a former professional boxer who faked his own death after learning that his wife hired an assassin to kill him
In 2019, a man explained how he faked his own death to prove that his wife hired assassins to kill him. New York Post Office.
Roman Sosa, a former professional boxer from Houston, Texas, worked with detectives and a close friend in 2015 after officers realized that his wife Maria was planning to kill him. .
The officers sent Maria pictures of Roman lying in a shallow grave to give her the impression that the attack on her husband was complete.
“When the investigators told me about the plan, my first thought was, ‘You’re kidding me, man,'” Sosa told Fox News Digital. “I think they have enough evidence to arrest her. They said to me, ‘Yes, we have enough evidence, but she is a beautiful woman. She is a mother of two, a member of the community. We didn’t want a chance to go to court and one of the jurors felt sorry for her. We wanted to show her a photo of you dead, get a reaction, and use it as evidence.’ And that’s how it all went downhill.”
Maria was arrested in 2015.