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    Balasubramanian Kumar in the freezer

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    A pensioner was saved from a freezer where his household had actually kept him for 20 hours after presuming him dead.

    Balasubramanian Kumar, 74, had actually been ill and bed-ridden when he stopped moving at his house in the town of Kandhampatti in Tamil Nadu state, India, on Monday.

    His loved ones believed he had actually passed away and required a freezer box to be provided so that they might keep the body for the efficiency of last rites. 

    But when the staff member of the freezer business showed up the next day to get the glass casket, he saw that the male was moving.

    Balasubramanian Kumar, 74, invested 20 hours in a freezer casket (Picture: NDTV )

    Balasubramanian Kumar

    He was saved after a worker saw he was moving (Picture: NDTV )

    In video footage taken of Mr Kumar, the male holding the video camera asks: ‘His hands are trembling, how?’

    ‘Oh, it’s fits (seizures),’ the male’s sibling, called in your area as Saravanan responds.

    When asked how this might be possible if he was dead, Saravanan responds: ‘His soul has not left him yet.’ 

    The story was initially reported on a Tamil news channel however rapidly made nationwide headings.

    Police were called and are now examining the household for not performing an appropriate medical check prior to stating Mr Kumar dead.

    Sub-inspector Rajasekaran of the Sooramangalam Police informed The Independent that a case has actually been submitted under Sections 287 (irresponsible conduct to threaten human life) and 336 (act threatening life or individual security of others) of the Indian Penal Code.

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