最後の笑い! 娘たち’ attempt to scatter father’s ashes on a windy day goes hilariously wrong
This is the moment two sisters ended up covered in their father’s ashes when they tried to scatter them into the sea on a gusty day.
Belle Henry, 28, とタイラホール, 22, were understandably emotional as they set off to release Mark’s ashes into the Bristol Channel.
But they were left giggling when a huge gust of wind caught the ashes as they threw them towards the water – sending them flying back in Tyla’s face.
Tyla Halls, 22, was emptying her father’s urn into the Bristol Channel, behind Capstone Hill in North Devon. A sudden gust of wind sent the ashes in the opposite direction, covering her in a cloud of her father’s remains
Enveloped by ash, Tyla Halls covers her mouth and grimaces – before bursting into laughter in response to the slapstick ash-scattering gone wrong
Footage shows her howling with laughter and shouting: ‘He went in my mouth!’
Mark Halls died suddenly aged 47 10月に 21 2020 and his daughters released his ashes a year later in his memory, behind Capstone Hill in North Devon.
NHS worker Belle said: ‘The video sums him up.
‘He was brilliant, had a sense of humour, and he was so funny.
Young Belle Henry smiles in a family picture with her father, Mark Halls, who died suddenly at the age of 47
Father Mark Halls dons a baseball cap in a more recent photo with daughter Belle Henry
‘He was a proper daddy bear. It was an emotional day.
‘When the accident with the ashes happened it helped lighten the mood and we both walked away laughing.
‘My sister Tyla is worried someone’s going to see her as the girl that inhaled her dad. I think it’s pretty funny.’
ベル, Tyla and brother Cohen Halls grew up in Ilfracombe, デボン.