In a move definitely not intended to send the message, “You were always my Number 1,” a New Jersey man has been caught urinating daily on his ex-wife’s grave.
The suspect is apparently holding a 48-year grudge and has been urinating on the grave of his ex each morning, according to the New York Post. The deceased woman’s kids first became alarmed when they found bags of feces left at the grave site.
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“Murphy and his sister first noticed a plastic bag of poop at their mother’s grave in April and thought it was something left by mistake by a dog walker,” The Post reported. “‘But then it happened again… I felt like getting out and killing him,’ said Michael Andrew Murphy, 43, of what it was like to catch the man he says has been desecrating the burial site of his mom, Linda Torello.”
Torello’s son Michael Andrew Murphy and his sister had asked a cemetery manager at the Tappan Reformed Church just across the New York border in Orangetown for permission to set up motion-activated “trail cameras” in an attempt to catch whomever it was desecrating their mother’s grave. The cameras, hidden in the trees, gave them proof of the depravity, but the images were too blurry to provide positive identification that it was the man who had been married to their mother for a short time way back in the 1970s.
So the siblings got up at 5:00 AM last Sunday to take clear photos and video of the depraved man, and incredibly, it turned out… also his current wife!
Murphy told The Post the video and pictures he and his sister got showed that the man drove to the cemetery almost every morning between 6:14 a.m. and 6:18 a.m. with his current wife. He was then seen getting out of his car and walking to Torello’s grave and urinating on it.
“I can’t get my wife to go out to dinner but this guy gets his wife to go along with him to desecrate my mom’s remains every morning!” Murphy fumed.
Murphy explained to the Bergenfield Daily Voice that he set his cellphone on a nearby headstone to record the desecration of his mother’s grave.
“I saw his car pull in. I tried to get in my car, but I was afraid I might spook him… So I hid behind a shed. I could see him walking up to the grave… Believe me, I don’t know how I made it through that. I never had so much rage in my life… I’m sick over this. I can’t even think straight,” Murphy said.
“The man works in the deli section of a Bergen County supermarket seven or so miles due south from the cemetery. He’d have access to the zip-locking bags,” he added. “No one in my family has had contact with him since 1976 or so. We’re not sure how he found my mother’s grave.”
Turns out, while Murphy is determined to get a complaint before a judge, police told him there’s not much they can do.
In New York, cemetery desecration is a crime if it causes damages in excess of $250, the newspaper noted, along with potentially related offenses such as trespassing and criminal mischief. All of which offers hope to the furious siblings, as the their clean up costs of the urine-soaked area have reportedly exceeded this amount.
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