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Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8Cancel Play now A Dublin granddad of eight who went viral after he planned his very own 'funeral prank' before he passed away has been named locally as Shay Bradley.
The dad of four became famous around the globe after a video of his message from beyond the grave taken at a south Dublin graveyard during his own funeral was viewed all over the world.
The footage shows mourners lined up around the open grave who are just finishing up applauding as bagpipe music begins.
The music stops and a man can be heard saying "hello" while ferociously knocking on what sounds like the inside of the coffin, reports DublinLive. The tears soon turn to laughter when Shay can be heard saying "it's dark in here".
Shay continues: "Let me out.
I can hear you! Is that the priest I can hear? I'm in the box, can you hear that? The south Dublin native finishes the prank by serenading the crowd shortly before the video ends.
What a man, to make us all laugh when we were incredibly sad.
He was some man for one man. Love you forever Poppabear.
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Shay is sadly missed by his heartbroken family, son-in-law, daughters-in-law, his 8 grandchildren, brothers, sisters, brothers-in-law, sisters-in-law, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends.
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