"World's Worst Tenants" is back, and for its season premiere the show looked into a funeral home. What they found was a home that was in violation of the rules of its business, in a rather gruesome way. See, if there's a crematorium in the facility, it's supposed to be used to cremate the bodies of the deceased. In this home, there were bodies stacked on the shelves that had been there far too long.
"It’s not being run legally," Rick Moore told the funeral director. "These guys shouldn’t be on the shelves they should already be in urns."
The funeral director claimed his cremation oven was broken, but if it's been broken for ten days, it's time to figure something else out. You can't just leave those bodies lying there, as this home did.
And this funeral home isn't the only one not following the law. An undercover FTC investigation found "significant violations" in almost a quarter of the more than 100 funeral homes they investigated.
It turns out, though, that these violations can be swept under the rug in a way. All the funeral homes have to do is pay their penalties in secret, and no one is the wiser.
See more shocking situations on "World's Worst Tenants," Tuesdays at 10 p.m. EST on Spike.
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