WHY Did This Guy Flush His Grandparents' Ashes Down The Toilet?

You know the old saying, "Be nice to your kids, because they'll pick out your nursing home someday?"

Apparently you need to extend the niceness to them because they may be awful to you in the AFTERLIFE as well.

I've often read those amazing obituaries that get shared on the Internet and wondered what my kids will say about me after I die. I don't need it to be the kind of epitaph that goes viral on social media. I just want them to say that I was a role model in how to be a good person.

I hope that I wasn't the kind of dad that causes them to flush my ashes. Cuz that is apparently a thing, now.

A man in Pennsylvania is facing charges for allegedly flushing his grandparents' ashes down a toilet.

It’s alleged that Thomas Wells decided to commit the act as revenge against his mother, who kicked him out of her house of his drinking and marijuana use. When confronted, he initially denied it, but later told his mother he would flush her down the toilet when she died.

Wells faces two counts of abuse of a corpse and one count of criminal mischief with his preliminary hearing set for the middle of May.

I'd like the judge to rule that he just deserves a good smack upside the head by his momma. But, of course, you know what might happen after she dies!

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