TapouT’s co-founders sued for stealing cremains
The heads of the MMA [mixed martial arts] clothing company TapouT have been accused of STEALING the cremated remains of their fallen co-founder [Charles “Mask” Lewis”] … and illegally giving away vials of his ashes at his memorial.
And now, the sister of Charles “Mask” Lewis is suing:
claiming co-founders Punkass and Skyskrape (that’s what they go by) jacked Mask’s ashes and put them in dozens of glass vials — which they gave away at a public memorial service in 2009. [source]
His sister seeks the return of the ashes and monetary damages for her “overwhelming and severe emotional distress.” [source]
This is all really interesting, but what it made Siouxsie really wonder about is what someone would do with the cremains of a “celebrity.”
Maybe get a memorial tattoo — where people use cremains as the tattoo ink. Apparently, these type of tattoos aren’t knew, but are becoming very popular.
Or, make your own diamond. e-How provides instructions on how to transform a few ounces of ashes into a wearable treasure.