A British woman named Siobhon Peers took her father’s ashes to a RBS bank branch to prove he was dead so she would stop getting letters about the £6 ($9.15) he owed.
From The Telegraph:
Eventually Ms Peers went to her local branch in Davenport, near Stockport, Greater Manchester with an urn containing her father’s ashes and placed it on the counter along with the original death certificate.
That got the point across and the bank later apologized.
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